David Bowie’s official Facebook account recalled the times when David Bowie and The Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger were the best duo in the world by sharing a music video of these iconic frontmen’s.

For the Live Aid benefit concert, Mick Jagger and David Bowie wanted to record a song of Martha And The Vandellas,’ Dancing In The Street, and presented one of the coolest songs in the world for the rock audience.

The official Facebook account of David shared the remastered version of this music video to show how rockstars should behave in rough times to help people. Also, you can see in the video that David and Mick having lots of fun while rocking and dancing in the video.

Here is what admin of the page wrote:

“Great to read your 35-year-old memories in the Bowie Kooks Facebook group today, regarding the Live Aid benefit concert held on Saturday 13th July 1985.

Aside from all of the live music performed on the day, you will surely remember Bowie and Jagger’s remarkable video for Dancing In The Street, possibly the campest duet ever committed to tape.

The friends recorded it at Spillers Millennium Mills in London with director David Mallet. Dancing In The Street was shown a couple of times at the Live Aid event and it was also used to promote the single released the following month.

Here it is for those of you that have never seen it or those who need to be reminded of just how rock stars are meant to behave. This is a newly cleaned-up version, more about which, later.”

You can check out the post of David Bowie below.

DANCING IN THE STREET

BOWIE AND JAGGER AND THAT VIDEO“Calling out around the world…”Great to read your 35 year old memories in the BOWIE KOOKS Facebook group today, regarding the Live Aid benefit concert held on Saturday 13th July 1985.Aside from all of the live music performed on the day, you will surely remember Bowie and Jagger’s remarkable video for Dancing In The Street, possibly the campest duet ever committed to tape. The friends recorded it at Spillers Millennium Mills in London with director David Mallet. Dancing In The Street was shown a couple of times at the Live Aid event and it was also used to promote the single released the following month.Here it is for those of you that have never seen it or those who need to be reminded of just how rock stars are meant to behave. This is a newly cleaned up version, more about which, later. #BowieLiveAid #BowieJagger

Gepostet von David Bowie am Montag, 13. Juli 2020