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"Tsunami Awakening"

27 January 2005

"Tsunami Awakening" - an international, collaborative project

Written to help raise funds for the tsunami victims in South East Asia
Based on a poem by Ted Barrett (USA), Auckland musician and songwriter Ian Rushton has composed a dramatic and emotional song. It is performed by an international cast of talented, independent musicians, via the medium of the internet. Ian Rushton has produced and hosted the project right here in New Zealand, co-ordinating some 15 or so musicians from around the globe.

The song will be available on pay-to-download websites e.g., (www.amplifier.co.nz). It costs only a small sum to download and all proceeds go direct to World Vision’s Tsunami fund.

Please show your support for this project by promoting this song and letting people know where it can be downloaded.

ENDS

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