The Friendly Beasts

by Michael Iafrate

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PROCEEDS FROM DOWNLOADS FROM NOW UNTIL EPIPHANY 2016 WILL GO TO THE HOUSE OF HAGAR CATHOLIC WORKER COMMUNITY.

House of Hagar is an intentional living community in the Catholic Worker tradition dedicated to the Corporal and Spiritual works of Mercy, the seven Catholic social teachings, and urban farming in Wheeling, West Virginia.

For more information on House of Hagar, visit: www.houseofhagarcw.com.

For more information on the Catholic Worker Movement, visit: www.catholicworker.org.

The third installment of what appears to be a series of Xmas releases.

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released December 16, 2012

Recorded December 12 and 14, 2012 by David Klug in Pittsburgh, PA.
Mixed and Mastered by David Klug.

"The Friendly Beasts"
Michael - vocals, guitar, keyboard
Aaron Crothers - bass

"Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence"
Michael - guitar, clawhammer banjo, melodicas, bowed psaltery
Aaron Crothers - bass
David Klug - bells

Each song is traditional.

Cover art: Karri Roberts
(folkmasses.tumblr.com)

Thank you: Dave, Aaron, Jeannie, Karri.

miafrate.catholicanarchy.org
mikey@catholicanarchy.org
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M Iafrate (& The Priesthood) Wheeling, West Virginia

Singer-songwriter from West Virginia whose dark "theo-folk" touches on the intersecting themes of religion, politics, and sexuality, navigating the shifting boundaries between devotion and blasphemy while giving respectful nods to such influences as Will Oldham, Neil Young, classic R.E.M., Elliott Smith, Townes Van Zandt, Elephant Micah, Jason Molina. ... more

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