"While French record production in the early 60’s remained dominated by the "Yéyé" movement (a soft style of French rock’n’roll), Polnareff’s catchy melodies were more in keeping with American hippie groups such as the Mamas and the Papas. Polnareff’s divergence from mainstream French style was never more in evidence than on his 1966 hit "Love Me Please Love Me". The song’s overtly romantic melody and famous piano intro was pure Polnareff." from biography at http://www.rfimusique.com/
Mother Nature, Father Time was both the name of a single and an album from Brook Benton in 1965. Neither of them did very well on the charts but that's neither here nor there today. No, for today you'll see the video which is ranked #1 on my weirdo chart. Enjoy!
A short and funny animation made by the Swedish animation company Kaktus Film (www.kaktusfilm.com) Software: Maya, Combustion, Premiere and Photoshop. Hannes Drossel: Render, Shading, Compositing Dan Lindqvist: Modelling, Texturing James Hunt: Animation, Rigg, Particles, Sound, Edit Jan Johansson: Animation, Rigg, Particles, Compositing watch in higer resolution: http://www.kaktusfilm.com/projects/project_megarobot/mega_robot_returns.mov