Replacement Ear Pads for Beats Solo 2 and Solo 2 Wireless Headphones With Exclusive AHG Adhesive Tape (BLUE)

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  • Replaces your old worn Beats Solo 2/Solo 2 wireless ear pads. Package includes 2 BLUE replacement...
  • Professionally made with top quality Protein Leather and memory foam to maximize comfort and...
  • With a BRAND NEW and EXCLUSIVE AHG adhesive designed to make installation easier but most...

Apple Beats Solo 2

"Footprints" is a jazz standard composed by Wayne Shorter, first appearing on his 1966 album Adam's Apple.
Whilst often written in 3/4 or 6/4, it is not a jazz waltz, since the feel alternates between simple meter and compound meter. On Miles Smiles (Miles Davis), the band playfully explores the correlation between African-based 12/8 (or 6/8), and 4/4. Drummer Tony Williams freely moves from swing, to the three-over-two cross rhythm—and to its 4/4 correlative. The ground of four main beats is maintained throughout the piece. The bass...

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