Tres Deseos

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"Tres Deseos"
Single by Gloria Estefan
from the album Abriendo Puertas
Released January 1996 (1996-01)
(see Release history)
Format CD Maxi single
CD promo single
Recorded 1994-1995
Genre Latin Pop
Length 03:32
Label Epic
Gloria Estefan singles chronology
"Más Allá"
(1995/1996)
"Tres Deseos"
(1996)
"Dulce Amor"
(1996)

"Tres Deseos" (Three Wishes) is a song by Gloria Estefan, released as a promotional single from her second Spanish album, Abriendo Puertas.

Song history[edit]

Tres Deseos is an upbeat Latin dance song inspired by Colombian music, principally vallenato. The song was the first promotional single released worldwide from the album Abriendo Puertas. In the U.S, Más Allá was the first single from this album. In Japan it was released as a CD maxi single.

Remixes of the song were successful maded by Rosabel, and with their help the song made it to number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. The song was featured on the soundtrack for the film Dance with Me, which also featured Estefan's single Heaven's What I Feel.

The song become popular at Estefan's concerts as a medley with her Higher from the album Destiny.

The song was used on the television program Dancing with the Stars (U.S. season 7); actress Cloris Leachman used this song on the fifth night of the competition.

Formats and track listings[edit]

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of Tres Deseos.

U.S. CD 12" Vinyl Single (EAS 7798)

  1. Tres Deseos (Album Version) (03:32)
  2. Tres Deseos (Pablo Flores 12" Mix) (06:35)
  3. Tres Deseos (Rosabel's Fiesta Mix) (07:29)
  4. Tres Deseos (Rosabel's Percapella Beats) (05:45)
  5. Tres Deseos (Rosabel's The Three Wish Dub) (07:15)
  6. Tres Deseos (Rosabel's Tribe Dub) (07:57)
  7. Tres Deseos (Rosabel's The Under Dub) (05:30)
  8. Tres Deseos (Rosabel's Bonus Wish Mix) (04:06)
  9. Tres Deseos (Rosabel's Tragic Dub) (08:08)
  10. Tres Deseos (Rosabel's The More Tragic Dub) (08:15)

Release history[edit]

Region Date
United States January 1996 (1996-01)
Japan January 25, 1996 (1996-01-25)

Charts[edit]

Chart (1996) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs 1[1]
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Songs 12
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Pop Airplay 14
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay 14

Official versions[edit]

Original versions

  1. Album Version — 3:32

Remixes

  1. 12" Remix - 4:57
  2. Pablo Flores 12" Remix — 6:35
  3. Pablo Flores Remix — 5:05
  4. Rosabel's Fiesta Mix — 7:29
  5. Rosabel's Tragic Dub — 8:08
  6. Rosabel's The Three Wish Dub — 7:15
  7. Rosabel's Tribe Dub — 7:57
  8. Rosabel's The More Tragic Dub — 8:15
  9. Rosabel's The Under Dub — 5:30
  10. Rosabel's Bonus Wish Mix — 4:06
  11. Rosabel's Percapella Beats — 5:45
Preceded by
Salva Mea by Faithless
Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single
April 6, 1996 - April 12, 1996
Succeeded by
Hyperballad by Björk

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gloria Estefan Discography Database

External links[edit]