Afghan Connection – Phased Decade. Label: Dusted Wax Kingdom – DWK238. Format: 8 File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps. Producer, Mastered By, Artwork By – Afghan Connection.
Listen to music from Afghan Connection like Puesta Del Sol and Midnight Shot. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Afghan Connection. Made in 1990 in Belgium, residing in Brussels, I make beats under the name of Afghan Connection and I really love delays. I hate it when my bus arrives too late but I love it when a good sound is echoed into space and time, hence my love for delays. I guess it has to do with the almighty dub music, which also led to the existence of hip hop, and is also a great inspiration for my music.
Artist: Afghan Connection Track: 08 Visiting Mr. Brown Album: Phased Decade (EP) Label: Dusted Wax Kingdom Catalog DWK238 Free MP3 320 kbps.
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The Afghan Whigs are an American rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Originally active from 1986 to 2001, they have since reformed. The group – with core members Greg Dulli (vocals, rhythm guitar), Rick McCollum (lead guitar), and John Curley (bass) – rose up around the grunge movement, evolving from a garage band in the vein of the Replacements to incorporate more R&B and soul influences into their sound and image.
So the connection is still there, the bond is strong. I'm not into politics in Pataudi. I do some social work and am involved in running an eye hospital. What are his earliest memories? "The background for me is cricket or sport. The earliest memories are of playing cricket on the lawns of our home and at the Roshanara Club at the age of nine. Bahlul's grandson, Ibrahim Lodi, did not trust the Afghan nobles. This led to their rebellion and Babur of Kabul was invited to India resulting in the Battle of Panipat. Ibrahim Lodhi was killed and Mughal rule was established. Salamat Khan did not actively participate in the Battle of Panipat. His great-grandson, Muhammed Pir, rose to power in Akbar's court.