Unfortunately, no. Short answer is it just don't work that way. Think of it like this: before technologies like "burn-proof" came along, if the data buffer on your burner ran out, a coaster was all you would get because the recorder had no way of finding the place where the burned section ended.
My uninformed guess is that in order for multisession to work, there must be some kind of special "footer" written to the last used part of the disk. This was put into the specification for data disks, but not the much older specification for audio. That uses a different "footer". Ever see the message for "closing session"?