Sean O'Connor | Don't Give Up Till It's Over

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Don't Give Up Till It's Over

by Sean O'Connor

With all proceeds going to The Japan Red Cross, Sean O'Connor recorded this song in Japan during the aftermath of the earthquake/tsunami disaster of March 11th 2011.
Genre: Folk: Irish Contemporary
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Sean O'Connor is a traditional Irish singer and musician based in Japan since December 2008. This recording of Irish songwriter, Johnny Duhan's song: Don't Give Up Till It's Over, was recorded by Sean in Japan during the horrendous aftermath of the March 11th 2011 earthquake/tsunami disaster and all of its proceeds will go to The Japan Red Cross.
Sean was joined on this recording by both Japanese and foreign musicians all resident in Japan during the devastation.
Sean's first album in Japan: By the Firelight has been well received both locally in Japan and worldwide.
By buying this song you will be helping the 450,000 people made homeless by the destructive earthquake and tsunami in Japan, many of whom have also suffered the loss of family and friends among the estimated 26,000 dead or missing since the event.
Sean O'Connor and the other musicians and singers who put this together in Japan deeply appreciate your support for the victims. Thank you.


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Yoshi Chikamori

Thank you for your activity for Japan.
Thank you for your activity for Japan.
It helps to heal the pain of terrible disaster hearing this song.

William O' Connor

good song, good cause
I like the mix of musicians and the song. It for a good cause to please buy it.