A Jagger and Bowie music video is redone without music
Mick Jagger and David Bowie recorded a terrible song for a good cause back in 1985, covering the Motown hit “Dancing in the Street” for Live Aid. Mario Wienerroither resuscitated the rock icons’ rendition of the Motown classic for his music-less music videos series.
You get all of the dance moves, with some grunts and prancing thrown in, without any of the cooing. In other words, it is the perfect jazzercising video.
Jagger is wearing workout attire – a loose shirt and pants – while Bowie dons some kind of trench coat to make sure he sweats it out.