Here's one last post to end my recent series about Live Aid. David Bowie and Mick Jagger teamed up to create this song and video, which was played at the Live Aid concert. Its a re-make of the classic '60s song by Martha and the Vandellas. According to Wikipedia:
The video was shown twice at the Live Aid event. Soon
afterwards the track was issued as a single, with all
profits going to the charity. "Dancing in the Street" topped the
UK charts for four weeks, and reached number seven in
the United States. Bowie and Jagger would perform the song
once more, at the Prince's Trust Concert on June 20, 1986.
This Bowie-Jagger collaboration also fits well with comments made in one of my prior posts about the unique duets which were responsible for the song "State of Shock," which was originally meant to be a duet between Michael Jackson and Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury, but then became a Jackson-Jagger duet, and was performed by Jagger and Tina Turner at Live Aid. Jagger appears to have been quite busy in '85.