The Article 3 is an EP by Me'shell Ndegeocello, released on November 28, 2006, by EmArcy. "Haditha" – 1:30 "The Sloganeer" – 5:06 "Shirk" – 2:53 "Article 3" – 3:33 "Elliptical" – 2:44 Meshell Ndegeocello – bass guitar, vocals Thandiswa Mazwai – vocals Oumou Sangare – vocals Sy Smith – vocals Hamza Yusuf – vocals Graham Haynes – cornet Pat Metheny – guitar Brandon Ross – guitar Herve Samb – guitar Mike Severson – guitar Deantoni Parks – drums Davi Vieira – percussion Chad Royce – programming Neil McLellan – programming, mixing Fran Cathcart – mixing Scott Mann – mixing Eric Elterman – mixing Eric Dyba – engineer Stephen Joseph – engineer Emily Lazar – mastering Sarah Register – mastering Rebecca Meek – design
Khan Bahadur Syed Ali Hasan was the captain of the'MAO College Cricket Club', Superintendent of Police, Deputy Inspector General of Police and Inspector-General of Police in India. In 1930, he was knighted with the title of Khan Bahadur by British India, he completed his BA from Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College, Aligarh in 1902. During student life, he played cricket and remained the Captain of the Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College Cricket team for three consecutive years from 1899–1902. In his professional and administrative life, he became the Superintendent of Police and Deputy Inspector General of Police, he retired as DIG from Farrukhabad. After retirement, he was appointed as Inspector-General of Police in Gwalior. In 1930, he was knighted with the title of Khan Bahadur by British India, he died in 1962 at Lucknow. He was the second son of Syed Afzal Ali, his forefathers Syed Mohammad Ismail was the direct descendant of Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq and came to Kasna, District Bulandshahr from Sabzwar He started playing cricket when he was the student of Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College at Aligarh.
He became famous as the best bowler in India when the'Aligarh Eleven' won two consecutive matches against the Parsees cricket team. These two matches were held at Aligarh under the captainship of Khwaja M. Abdullah of Jalandhar. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and many other respected personalities came to view this match themselvesAfter, Khwaja M. Abdullah, he became the captain in 1899 and remained consecutively for three years. Although, MAO College Cricket Club came into existence in 1875 under the patronage of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, but Ali Hasan promoted the club while he was captain of the MAO College Cricket team.'Aligarh Eleven' at that time was regarded as the best cricket team of the time in India – Professor Llewellyn Tipping. The remarkable historical match of'MAO College Cricket Team' /'Aligarh Eleven' was played in Patiala in February 1900 AD, it was played and won under the captaincy of Ali Hasan!. The report of this victory was published in The Pioneer; this match was against the team of His Highness Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala.
His Highness's team included W. Brockwell, his Highness Maharajadhiraj Sir Bhupendra Singh, ruler of the erstwhile Patiala State, used to bring Patiala, British players of fame to play with and to coach his team players. He invited in his team J. T. Hearne, W. Brockwell, C. B. Fry and Frank Tarrant, his Highness Maharajadhiraj Sir Bhupendra Singh donated to the most important national tournament, the Ranji Trophy, to perpetuate the memory of that great cricket wizard, the late His Highness Maharaja Ranjit Singh, lovingly known as "Ranji", about whom Neville Cardus said, "It is not in nature that there should be another Ranji". Ali Hasan wrote a book on cricket, which could not be published. In 1903, when the team of Marylebone Cricket Club visited Aligarh, he was selected for the team although he had left Aligarh and played from the side of'Aligarh Eleven'. Syed Afzal Ali Tahawar Ali Qazi Syed Inayatullah Qazi Syed Hayatullah Syed Mohammad Ashraf Mohammad Zainuddin Munshi Hakimuddin Hafiz Mazhar Husain