Jeff Mills & Montpellier Philarmonic Orchestra, Blue Potential [Tresor.223]

“There have always been so many questions put forth about just who we humans are and how we got here. Seemingly shipwrecked on gigantic floating rocks we call continents, humans have pondered these questions since the realisation of our own existence. The more we explore these questions, the more we must ask ourselves the single most important question: the question of ‘why?’. Why are we here? Are we here by design or by consequence? In our busy lives, we have the few chances to occasionally look up into the blue sky. When we do, the sense of our world of blue ends when the blue fades to black (or is it really black?). There are a few of us who believe the opposite, that the human life begins just past the border of our imaginations. Whichever way you hold the truth, one thing is a commonality, we believe the answer lies beyond ourselves. So the questions persist.

The Blue Potential serves as just two of the many mysteries within our existence: the deep blue sky and the deep blue sea. Both vast universes of unknown answers to questions we’ve yet to realise.”

– Jeff Mills


1 Opening (2:07)
2 Imagine (5:40)
3 The March (5:48)
4 Time Machine (3:38)
5 Eclipse (6:14)
6 Entrance To Metropolis (4:36)
7 Keaton’s Theme (5:03)
8 Daylight (2:49)
9 The Bells (5:44)
10 Gamma Player (7:00)
11 4 Art (4:23)
12 Medium C: The Urge To Swirl Alone In A Pool Of Ridicule (9:12)
13 Amazon (5:42)
14 See This Way (6:02)
15 Sonic Destroyer (5:10)



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