Claire Whittleston | Dreams Can Come True

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Dreams Can Come True

by Claire Whittleston

Created with grammy award nominated producer, Ben Leinbach, Claire’s soul / r&b / pop influenced mantra music, blends Sanskrit mantras with English lyrics and soulful grooves, using a contemporary heart-opening style.
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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1. Surrender
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2. Over the Rainbow
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3. Flame of Truth
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Claire Whittleston’s 2016 EP Album debut release, Dreams Can Come True, is an uplifting musically inspired journey of the heart and soul. These songs are an invitation to connect with your deepest dreams and desires, allowing them to take you places you never thought possible.

Created with grammy award nominated producer, Ben Leinbach, Claire’s soul / r&b / pop influenced mantra music, blends Sanskrit mantras with English lyrics and soulful grooves, using a contemporary heart-opening style. Dreams Can Come True urges listeners to heed the longings of their heart and soul, surrender fears, and bravely follow their dreams. The music and lyrics offer a potent invitation to follow your curiosity, to listen, look inside and to discover and reveal the treasures that are hidden deep within your heart and soul.

“The three songs on Claire Whittleston’s debut album, Dreams Can Come True, offer a fresh take on an ancient musical/spiritual practice. Whether singing English lyrics or Sanskrit mantras, Claire’s uplifting vocals traverse funky r&b influenced grooves to create a contemporary sound that is both soulful and inspiring. Do yourself a favor and listen to these musical gems - you will be delighted!“, said Michael H. Cohen, Kirtan Leader Institute Founder.

Originally from England, Claire began studying piano at age 8, yet kept her love of singing a secret due to extreme performance anxiety. Through yoga and her training at the Kirtan Leader Institute, Claire overcame her fears and proudly shares her voice, allowing her soul’s journey to unfold. Claire supports Kirtan Artist Michael H. Cohen during his Midwest tours and in 2015, led her original chant - Over the Rainbow during Bhakti Fest Midwest, as they opened for the legendary Krishna Das. Claire’s journey has taken her from singing in a church hall to the main Bhakti Fest Midwest stage, to recording her first EP album. “I followed my curiosity and became more receptive to ideas and experiences that were happening in my life. From that, I was able to heal through creative expression such as writing lyrics, singing and chanting. That enabled me to open and follow my heart. And now, through my music and my story, I hope to inspire others to do the same.” said Claire Whittleston. 

Claire is a singer/songwriter, Kirtan leader and yoga teacher who shares her gifts through classes, workshops and events.

A stellar cast of Musicians includes:
Claire Whittleston - lead vocals, harmonium
Ben Leinbach - choir vocals, all other instruments & programming
Johanna Beekman - choir vocals, ad lib
Michael H. Cohen - choir vocals

Gawain Mathews - electric guitar

Production:

Recorded, mixed and produced by Ben Leinbach
Mastered by Hans Christian

Production Consultation by Michael H. Cohen

Compositions:

All Compositions by Claire Whittleston (Meerabai Yoga & Kirtan, BMI) except the intro. to 
Over The Rainbow by Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg.

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