Who originally did dancing in the streets
"Dancing in the Street" is a song written by Marvin Gaye, William "Mickey" Stevenson and Ivy Jo The song was also covered by The Kinks, The Everly Brothers, Grateful Dead and Black Oak Arkansas. The original version of " Dancing in the Street" by Martha and the Vandellas was produced in by William "Mickey". How Martha and the Vandellas Started “Dancing in the Street” the way Rodgers and Hammerstein did, combining a composer and a lyricist. This was originally a hit for Martha & the Vandellas in Bowie and Jagger covered it for the Live Aid charity at the insistence of Bob Geldof, who also put.
Mick Jagger and David Bowie in the video for Dancing in the Streets. and according to Andersen: "Ava Cherry, a backup singer who lived. Dancing In The Street: is it the classy vocals of Martha and the Vandellas or Jagger The song was originally recorded in by one of Motown's best, Martha. Watch Dancing in the Street by Martha and the Vandellas. When Bowie and Jagger covered it, I made more money in two years than I had in.
Martha & The Vandellas originally released Dancing in the Street written by Marvin It was also covered by The Kynd , Live [SE], The Funk Brothers, Myra and. David Bowie and Mick Jagger's 'Dancing in the Street' Video Is of '60s classics, Bowie and Jagger's 'Dancing' tried to "update" the original. Lots of Motown songs were irresistible; I thought it inconceivable that any singer could be greater than Stevie Wonder, and I still do. But lots of it.
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