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Dreams in Colour is the third album released by Portuguese pop–rock singer David Fonseca. It was released in Portugal on October 8, 2007 to critical and commercial acclaim. Previously, the single "Superstars" had been released. The second single was "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long, Long Time)" a cover version of Elton John and Bernie Taupin classic "Rocket Man". The video went out on 17 November. The third single, a slow-tempo one, "Kiss Me, Oh Kiss Me" received a considerable airplay on Portuguese radio stations.
- David Fonseca – organ, synthesizer, acoustic guitar, percussion, piano, drums, electric guitar, keyboards, electric piano, tambourine, vocals, backing vocals, whistle, producer, engineer, cavaquinho, clapping, string arrangements, photography, cover art concept, Indian harmonium, beat programming
- Sergio "Visom" Nascimento – percussion, drums, backing vocals, clapping, shak
- Maria Salgado – backing vocals, clapping
- Howie Weinberg – mastering
DVD: "Dreams in Colour: Tour Edition"
This is a DVD that contains the same 11-song tracklist as Dreams in Colour in addition to seven additional live tracks as follows:
- "If Our Hearts Do Ache" (Live)
- "Song to the Siren" (Live)
- "Who Are U?" (Live)
- "R de Ryan"
- "How Do You Keep Love Alive" (Live)
- "Let's Stick Together" (Live)
- "I'm On Fire" (Live)