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Jazz Song for Japan by Martin Taylor

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Martin Taylor
The massive earthquake and resulting tsunami that struck Japan on March 11th has caused widespread destruction and suffering, relayed on television screens around the world. Jazz guitarist Martin Taylor regularly tours Japan and is due to play in Tokyo on the 4th and 5th April with fellow guitarist Ulf Wakenius.

In order to help raise money for the people of Japan Martin has recorded a tune called “One Day" and is making it available for download. The download is only $5.00 and proceeds from the sale of this track by Martin go to the Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal. So here are three things you can do right now to help the people of Japan:

1. Download the track for only $5.00 (that's around £3.00 or £3.50)
2. Share this news story on Facebook or Twitter
3. Email the following link to your friends: http://ow.ly/4hq0g

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