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rewind

[′rē‚wīnd]
(electronics)
The components on a magnetic tape recorder that serve to return the tape to the supply reel at high speed.
To return a magnetic tape to its starting position.
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Other acts that were due to play at Rewind included Heaven 17, Joyce Sims, Cutting Crew, Black Box, Bjorn Again, The Selecter, Tiffany and Martin Kemp.
The latest gig comes after the success of Rewind Scotland, held at Scone Palace, Perth, last weekend.
This is technically my second time at Rewind, though I was only on as a guest of Go West last time so didn't get to play a full set.
"Our new Rewind shop, a couple of doors down to our Mindful Gifts CIC shop provides a place where people can re-kindle their memories of going to buy their favourite record and chatting to others about their passion of music."
In her quarterly blog post to YouTubers, Wojcicki acknowledged that her kids found the Rewind video "cringey."
Also playing on the Saturday at Rewind will be Bananarama, Tiffany, Heather Small, Hazel O'Connor, UB40 feat.
Rewind is open from 6pm until 3.30am on Friday and Saturdays, and entrance is free of charge.
The first is to unwind or rewind material, and the second involves pulling from or returning to boxes.
THE Retro Rewind magic is coming back to Llandudno, and again raising money for charity.
You can read that interview at http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/whats-on/ music/meat-loaf-givestearful-interview-1747932 While we rewind the years here, it was the same in 2007 on stage at the arena as the Once In A Lifetime Rewind tour hit the Toon.
Louis, MO, July 12, 2015 --(PR.com)-- BPM is launching it's new event series named "Rewind" in St.