In Your Wildest Dreams is the title track of the album Wildest Dreams and the last single in Europe. For the U.S. album and single release, the duet with Antonio Banderas was replaced with the Barry White version. Unfortunately, because Barry White did not agree with the original music video, the wonderful claymation version was only shown for a short time and then replaced with a live video from Tina’s Amsterdam concert. For promotion, Tina performed the song at several tv shows and some additional remixed versions have been produced from different DJ’s like Pink Noise and Deep Dish. Tina performed the song also live at her Wildest Dreams Tour in 1996/97.
Written by Holly Knight, Mike Chapman / Produced by Trevor Horn
Written by Tina Turner / Produced by C.J. Mackintosh, Dave Dorrell
Written by Terry Britten, Graham Lyle / Produced by Terry Britten
Written by Holly Knight, Nick Chinn, Mick Chapman / Produced by Rupert Hine
Written by Bono & The Edge / Produced by Dave Natale / Recorded live in Amsterdam 1996
Written by John Waite, Charles Sanford, Mark Leonard / Produced by Dave Natale / Recorded live in Amsterdam 1996
Remixes by Pink Noise, Deep Dish, JOE, Danny D. (Rhythm Series)
November 30, 1996
The second single from Turner’s current "Wildest Dreams" set pits her feline purr against White’s seductive growl on top of a slow and shuffling funk groove. Jeepmeister Joe refuels the Anglo-leaning album version with a hip-hop flavor that renders it a viable radio contender, while Deep Dish reinvents the song as a silky house music journey that could even make the grade with popsters. The single also features Turner’s duet with Antonio Banderas, which previously was only available in the U.K. This version is actually a bit sexier, riddled with ear-grabbing electro-pop riffs. Check out both versions and pick your fave.
April 12, 1997
Wallace And Gromit Creators On The Rise
The company recently returned to the music video business with Tina Turner’s "ln Your Wildest Dreams," featuring Barry White. The single peaked at No. 34 on the Billboard Hot R&B singles chart in January. But the clip rarely has been seen because White didn’t care for the clay model of himself in the video. "Tina wanted us to do the video based on seeing "Wallace And Gromit," says Sproxton. "She loved the video, but it was heavily censored because of White's objections."