This is the name of the eleventh song on Living Color’s second album, Time's Up. It is an instrumental composed by bassist Muzz Skillings, and, indeed, almost every sound on the song comes from a bass guitar played by Muzzy. Will Calhoun looped a drum pattern for the song, and Muzz multitracked numerous bass tones. This is a beautiful song, and is beautifully recorded by Ed Stasium, Paul Hamingson, and their assistant engineers. Each bass line has a very distinctive tone that adds to the overall shape of this song. This is the only Living Colour song that was written solely by Muzz Skillings, and is a tribute to his uniquely pleasing style and soul.

Ol"o*gy (?), n. [See -logy.]

A colloquial or humorous name for any science or branch of knowledge.

He had a smattering of mechanics, of physiology, geology, mineralogy, and all other ologies whatsoever. De Quincey.

 

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