Everybody seems to have forgotten anything about this Clifton Webb, besides that they were from southern Belgium. There’s even no clue when their single was released, probably around 1971.
“Black Men” is really heavy with a sound very close to Black Sabbath or Blue Cheer.
The backside “Great Love Of world” is a slower bluesy tune that’s build around some relax guitar playing whose tempo goes up halfway the song, very similar to Groundhogs.
The songs were recorded by sound engineer Dany Bernard at D.E.S. studio’s in Brussels.
Roger Niset produced this piece of wax, while he also wrote the songs together with Charles Pitz.
This seldom-seen rarity remains a collectable, highly-regarded Belgian single.
7” Black Men / Great Love Of World (RUSH RG 722 — ???)