In Your Wildest Dreams (song)

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"In Your Wildest Dreams"
Single by Tina Turner & Barry White
from the album Wildest Dreams
B-side "Nutbush City Limits" (The 90s Version)
Released December 21, 1996
Format CD single
12" single
Genre Pop, R&B, soul
Length 3:58
Label Parlophone Records
Writer(s) Mike Chapman & Holly Knight
Producer(s) Trevor Horn
Tina Turner singles chronology
"Something Beautiful Remains"
(1996)
"In Your Wildest Dreams"
(1996)
"Cose della vita - Can't Stop Thinking of You"
(1998)
Barry White singles chronology
"Slow Jams"
(1995)
"In Your Wildest Dreams"
(1996)
"Staying Power"
(1999)

"In Your Wildest Dreams" is a duet released by Tina Turner and Barry White in 1996, from Turner's album Wildest Dreams. The single's largest success was in Austria where it peaked at #2. The original European album version featured spoken vocals by actor Antonio Banderas, while for the single version and U.S. edition of the Wildest Dreams album, Turner re-recorded the track with White. "In Your Wildest Dreams", released in December 1996, was the seventh and final single release from the album and was issued in a wide range of formats and versions; the promo 12" singles featured remixes by, among others, Deep Dish and Pink Noise. Certain European CD singles also included two live recordings from the Wildest Dreams Tour, "Missing You" and "GoldenEye".

The version of "In Your Wildest Dreams" featuring Antonio Banderas was included on Turner's 2004 hits compilation All the Best.

Music video[edit]

The American music video was created by the Aardman Animation Studio, and features claymation versions of Turner and White in comical situations with cameos by Antonio Banderas and Wallace and Gromit.

Versions and remixes[edit]

  • European album version (with Banderas) – 5:34
  • Banderas Slow Mix – 3:51
  • Banderas Latin Mix – 3:59
  • Crossover Mix (with Banderas) – 3:50
  • U.S. album version (with White) – 5:29
  • Single edit (with White) – 3:59
  • Alternate single edit (with White) – 3:47
  • Joe Urban Remix a.k.a. Joe Extended Remix (with White) – 5:25
  • Joe Remix Edit (with White) – 3:49
  • Crossover Mix (with White) – 3:50
  • Pink Noise Club Mix (with White) – 5:30
  • Pleasant Instrumental (with White) – 5:23
  • Deep Dish Paradise Mix Edit (with White) – 4:56
  • Deep Dish Paradise Mix (with White) – 9:51
  • Deep Dish Stripped Bare Mix (with White) – 9:45
  • Deep Dish Assassin Mix (with White) – 9:21

Chart performance[edit]

References[edit]

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