Second album by Rhodesian Poet, released in 2012.
The image of a nebula I use for the album cover is described below:
"The nebula RCW49, shown in infrared light in this image from the Spitzer Space Telescope, is a nursery for newborn stars. Using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, astronomers have found in RCW49 more than 300 newborn or 'protostars,' all with circumstellar disks of dust and gas. The discovery reveals that galaxies make new stars at a much more prolific rate than previously imagined. The stelar disks of dust and gas not only feed material onto the growing new stars, but can be the raw material for new planetary systems." (Photo taken in 2004.)
I relate my songs here to the birth of stars because I feel so much creativity inside that I must express it somehow, whether it's "great" in eyes of others or not. The universe, though a very frustrating and even painful place to live within at times, is incredibly beautiful, enjoyable and startling. I seek to notice all of this and let you know what I notice. Hopefully, my tunes will inspire you and bring pleasure into your life. Be well.
Andy Rhodes (Rhodesian Poet)