Smokey “Buck” Rogers And His Texans
I Can’t Help The Way You Feel / Possum Song
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Smokey “Buck” Rogers And His Texans - I Can’t Help The Way You Feel / Possum Song album download
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Discover Smokey Rogers And His Texans's full discography. Smokey Buck Rogers And His Texans. I Can’t Help The Way You Feel, Possum Song (Shellac, 10").
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Buck Rogers is a 1939 Universal serial film starring Buster Crabbe (who had previously played the title character in two Flash Gordon serials and would return for a third in 1940) as the eponymous hero, Constance Moore, Jackie Moran and Anthony Warde. It was based on the Buck Rogers character created by Philip Francis Nowlan, which had appeared in magazines and comic strips since 1928.
Buck Rogers" is the eleventh single by Feeder. It was the first single to be taken from the Echo Park album and was released on The Echo Label. The track reached number five on the UK Singles Chart after its release on 8 January 2001. The music video for "Buck Rogers" was directed by Markus Walter and features footage of the group performing the song inside an elephant named "Daisy", situated in an underground car park. Before the last chorus, the band make their way back inside the elephant spaceship and look surprised as the inside is bigger than it looks on the outside. Here the band perform the last verse playing on instruments already inside the elephant, while the camera pans round the band before the screen turns black as the song ends at the same time.
But it did put us on the map. And when you see the way people react to it, you can’t complain about that. Having that song up your sleeve can turn the set around for you if you’re having a tough gig. But we didn’t play it for a long time – for two years, maybe. Some people were disappointed, but I think we’ve got enough singles so that they didn’t complain. It speaks volumes that Buck Rogers would ultimately be reinstated to Feeder’s set-list. Resistance is useless. I’m sure that Blur aren’t particularly proud of the ‘woo-hoo!’ song, but it’s catchy.