Farewell Andromeda is the seventh album by American singer-songwriter John Denver, released in June 1973. The LP made Billboard's Top 20, reaching #16, with three singles subsequently released: "I'd Rather Be A Cowboy" [#62 POP, #25 AC], "Farewell Andromeda" [#89 POP, #20 AC] and "Please, Daddy" [#69 POP, #69 C&W].
Each single was only marginally successful; however, Denver soon became a megastar the following year with "Annie's Song", "Back Home Again" and the re-release of "Sunshine On My Shoulders", among others.
Farewell Andromeda is also remembered quite fondly for Denver's cover version of John Prine's "Angels From Montgomery."
Track listing 
All tracks composed by John Denver; except where indicated
- "I'd Rather Be a Cowboy (Lady's Chains)"
- "Berkeley Woman'" (Bryan Bowers)
- "Please Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas)" (Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert)
- "Angels From Montgomery" (John Prine)
- "River of Love" (J.M. Sommers)
- "Rocky Mountain Suite (Cold Nights In Canada)"
- "Whiskey Basin Blues"
- "Sweet Misery" (Hoyt Axton)
- "Zachary and Jennifer"
- "We Don't Live Here No More" (Bill Danoff)
- "Farewell Andromeda (Welcome To My Morning)"
- John Denver - guitar, vocals
- Eric Weissberg - banjo, steel guitar
- Jan Camp Garrett - mandolin, vocals
- Victor Garrett - bass, vocals
- Lawrence Gottlieb - steel guitar, vocals
- Lee Holdridge - string arrangements
- Michael Holmes - piano
- Richard Kniss - bass
- Herb Lovelle - dums
- George Marge - horn
- Frank Owens - piano
- Paul Prestopino - guitar, autoharp
- John Sommers - banjo, guitar, mandolin, vocals
- Toots Thielemans - harmonica
- Don Wardell - Executive Producer
- Bryan Bowers - autoharp
- Chip Taylor, Steve Chapin, William Danoff, Steve Mandell, Martin Habib, Taffy Nivert - vocals