Jeff Mills ‎– Blue Potential (Live With Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra)

UWe ‎– UWe-CD-8


CD1 Opening 2:07
CD2 Imagine 5:40
CD3 The March 5:48
CD4 Time Machine 3:38
CD5 Eclipse 6:14
CD6 Entrance To Metropolis 4:36
CD7 Keaton's Theme 5:03
CD8 Daylight 2:49
CD9 The Bells 5:44
CD10 Gamma Player 7:00
CD11 4Art 4:23
CD12 Medium C: The Urge To Swirl Alone In A Pool Of Ridicule 9:12
CD13 Amazon 5:42
CD14 See This Way 6:02
CD15 Sonic Destroyer 5:10
DVD1 Concert 85:00
DVD2 Documentary 28:00
DVD3 Jeff Mills Interview 28:00
DVD4 Studio Tutorial 19:00
DVD5 Bonus Trailers



Actual cat#: UWE CD 8.
DVD recorded live on July 2nd 2005 at Pont Du Gard (France) (20th anniversary of its inclusion of UNESCO's world heritage list).

The Concert (DVD-1) has the same tracklisting as the CD, with the addition of "Man From Tomorrow" as third track.

"How we view ourselves can often determine the perspective and degree in which we see others and the world around us. Each and every one of us has a view. Such a view, that I can shape the future of others and how they live, dream and look towards the future that we all hope is better and more faithful than our past. This I believe is a common initiative."
- Jeff Mills

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
UWeDVD07 Jeff Mills Blue Potential - Live With Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra(CD + DVD-V, Copy Prot., Multichannel, PAL, Dol + ,) UWe UWeDVD07 France 2006 Sell This Version
SATKCD053 Jeff Mills Blue Potential (Live With Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra)(CD + DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL) Satélite K SATKCD053 Europe 2005 Sell This Version
Tresor 223 DVD Jeff Mills Blue Potential (Live With Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra)(DVD, 5.1, HD) Tresor Tresor 223 DVD Germany 2006 Sell This Version
NODD-00065 Jeff Mills Blue Potential(CD + DVD) NowonDVD NODD-00065 Japan 2006 Sell This Version
MR 2658-2 Jeff Mills Blue Potential - Live With Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra(CD, Comp) Moon Records (2) MR 2658-2 Ukraine 2007 Sell This Version



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August 15, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
I wasn't aware of this release until i found it out recently! And what a great and ambitious undertaking. To make techno music classical and in reverse. It doesn't matter if the musicians of the orchestra couldn't keep the pace with the 909 in some parts. The perfection of the musical execution wasn't the point here definitely. However having the spirit of Bela Bartok 's emerge from a piece like Medium C or imagining that Igor Stravinsky has co written The Bells is clearly a huge performance. I could mention Sergei Prokofiev or Claude Debussy and the list would go on and on with other tracks in equivalence with great composers but the crucial point here is that Jeff Mills created electronic techno music that opens revolutionary the boundaries of imagination and this is exactly the reason why he has it's legitimate place amongst these enormous classical composers!!