"Dancing in the Street" was a Martha and the Vandellas song covered by David Bowie and Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger as part of the Live Aid charity movement in 1985.
The original plan was to perform a track together live, with Bowie performing at Wembley Stadium and Jagger at the JFK Stadium, until it was realised that the satellite link-up would cause a half-second delay that would make this impossible.
|1||Dancing In The Street||37,440 listeners|
|2||Dancing in the Streets||5,175 listeners|
|3||Dancing In The Street (2002 Digital Remaster)||1,489 listeners|
|4||Dancing In The Street (Steve Thompson Mix)||1,307 listeners|
|5||Dancing In The Street (Dub)||1,006 listeners|
|6||Dancing In the Street (2014 Remastered Version)||278 listeners|
|7||Dancing In the Street (Remastered)||167 listeners|
|8||Dancing In The Street [2002 Digital Remaster]||98 listeners|
|9||Dancing In The Street (2002 Remastered Version)||89 listeners|
|10||Dancing in the Street (2002 - Remaster)||68 listeners|