British invasion/soul early- to mid-'60s band consisting of singer Jonathan Kent, vocalist/guitarist Ron Cleave, rhythm guitarist Ron Thomas, bassist Jeff Bartley, and saxophonist Joel James. While future King Crimson members Robert Fripp and Gordon Haskell played in a band called the League of Gentlemen, this is an entirely different, unrelated group. This League backed various American soul singers who toured England in 1964 and cut one single, "Each Little Falling Tear" b/w "And I Do Now," for Columbia in 1965, and had one subsequent release on the Planet label. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

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