Being released quarterly, Potential is the first of a tetralogy and is also the first solo release of Torrey Musicant. Feeling that the songs would fall on deaf ears being that the album is over an hour in it's entirety, Torrey Musicant decided to divide the album into fourths creating a comfortable intermission. Each album consists of 4 songs with an average running time of 15 minutes per album and can be played chronologically compleating the full length album experience. Upon collecting all four disks, the cover art will create a full size picture the same as original vinyl records. Accompanying Torrey Musicant in the effort of recording and performing for the album were good friends, Dr. Mike Hsu and Daryl Fuentes. A classicaly trained violinist, Dr. Mike Hsu, performed and recorded the violin contribution in Portland, OR, where it was then mixed and edited in post by Torrey Musicant back in Bellevue, WA. Extremely pleased with the contribution and very excited to announce, Dr. Mike Hsu will rejoin Torrey Musicant on future recordings. Working closely on multipile projects with Torrey Musicant, Daryl Fuentes stepped outside of his element being an experienced rock and accomplished Jazz Drummer, he confidently applied his ability towards a more orchestrated and percussion based sound. Both enthusiastic about his collaboration, Daryl Fuentes will also return on the follow up albums. Amazed, working with such caliber, Torrey Musicant will indubitably search to incorporate other brilliant and extraordinary musicians in conclusion to this four part series.