Lauren Hayworth | Fun With the Human Language

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Fun With the Human Language

by Lauren Hayworth

eclectic singer-songwriter playing several instruments, singing about love, loss, travel, guilt, life, and exploding heads
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Running
2:14 album only
2. Song 3
2:44 album only
3. Queen of the Apocalypse
2:41 album only
4. Gift
2:32 album only
5. Sparklers
2:03 album only
6. Half the Time
3:10 album only
7. Build a Bridge
3:50 album only
8. Sway
2:21 album only
9. Wangchan
2:11 album only
10. Canvas
2:08 album only
11. Orange Lights
4:07 album only
12. Party
3:00 album only
13. Gone
2:37 album only
14. Playing Cards
2:39 album only


Album Notes
Lauren started writing songs as a freshman at Florida State University in Tallahassee. After she graduated with a degree in music education she decided to move to Thailand, which is where she wrote most of the songs on this album. She moved back home in May and recorded this first full-length album on her computer using Pro Tools. She plays guitar, keyboards, percussion, and a little bit of banjo. Matt Bogart ( and Ted Dahmke ( lovingly contributed the album art. Lauren loves hearing feedback about her music, so drop her a line. She currently lives in Boone, North Carolina.



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THIS CD is awesome, it truly is. I could have easily been listening to someone famous who is getting paid millions of dollars, that's how good it, keep singing, keep shanti, your pal, Bret


Delicious Candy Laced with Insightful Melancholy
A delightful cd full of acoustic folk pop from a real talent. Hayworth's songs are an extremely palatable mix of innocent, playful songwriting delicately laced with the more acerbic aspects of life. Her strongest ally is her voice, clear and confident, it steps and bends around the words, rhythms and melodies she dreams up. A satisfying first album by an artist that continues to grow.

David Mason

Relaxing, inspiring, soulful, and a number of other adjectives.
Lauren continues to amaze me in her progress as a musician, and I'm sure that she will continue to do so as long as she pursues it. The vocals are smooth and soulful, her arrangements are original and well done. Turn on tracks 2 and 14 and let the cares of a stressed out world melt away.

Melissa Emelhain

Best Album Ive heard in a long long time
Lauren's music is awe-inspiring! I have not stopped playing this CD since I got it and I do not plan to for a long time! I am going to be giving this to all my friends so they can experience the wonder that is Lauren Hayworth!!

Vicki Blankenship/Spotted Kiva Productions

Enchanted vocals and well written topical lyrics bring this unplugged acoustic C
Lauren's insights on the topics she writes her lyrics about are heartfelt and seem to come with experience. Simple acoustic arrangements don't overtake the vocals to make this a great listening CD with a cup of coffe in the morning or a lazy afternoon. Kudos for your first musical work.