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Network / Conglomerate / Groon

Network / Conglomerate / Groon
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England
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Network is a British jazz-rock band led by guitarist Tim Crowther and drummer Steve Clarke. The two have worked together with various other musicians using different band names: Conglomerate, Groon, and Grune (or Grüne), some of whose recordings have been rebranded with the Network name.
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Network — Highly Committed Media Players Network — Highly Committed Media Players
(Wenlock WEN016, 1999, CD)
Network — L.N.C. Network — L.N.C.
(Wenlock WEN015, 1999/2000, CD)
Network — The Little Blue Book Network — The Little Blue Book
((Not on label) no#, 1996, MC)
Network (Conglomerate) — Precisely the Opposite of What We Now Know to Be True Network (Conglomerate) — Precisely the Opposite of What We Now Know to Be True
(Wenlock WEN005, 1995/1999, CD)
Network (Groon) — Refusal to Comply Network (Groon) — Refusal to Comply
(Progressive International PRO 050, 1995, CD)
Network — Corroded Path Network — Corroded Path
(Progressive International PRO-018, 1993, CD)
Network (Conglomerate) — The Bible Says Network (Conglomerate) — The Bible Says
(Wenlock WEN 002, 1990/2003, CD)

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