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For me it came in dust from dry paddocks, sunlight, and the croaky voices of a convent choir.
In his conspiratorial, croaky whisper, as he ate his cheese cob, he'd feed me crumbs of scandal and intrigue.
Having had a sore throat for a few days, I found myself out of breath and the ever-energetic Kate rather took advantage of my quieter-than-usual whistles and croaky shouts.
With great support from a top notch band, Davies gave the audience pretty much what they wanted and even if the old vocal chords are a little croaky at times, there was no denying the quality of his work with a storming trio to end with: You Really Got Me, Lola, and a song I'd walk all the way to Brecon barefoot on broken glass to hear, Waterloo Sunset.
Sonically it's also inventive, with the ragga rhythms and itchy beats of Sometimes, the croaky beat poet flow of Home and the Chris Brown-like smoothness of Damn, Girl.
Dave Nelson, his dad John, sister Cheryl, uncle Paul and pal Steve Rowe have built Dorris Dormouse from the ground up, beginning with funds left to Dave and Cheryl by their grandmother who earned that nickname because of her croaky voice.
And her voice was showing the strain ever so slightly after bettling off her bug - gone were the vocal acrobatics she's famous for and in its place a slightly croaky speaking voice as she chatted up the crowd.
Kylie said she'd been suffering with a cold and apologised if she sounded a bit croaky but it didn't show.
Greg - croaky from a night of karaoke (his classic is Natasha Bedingfield's Unwritten) - tells me: "I love Prince Harry.
He might have been dogged lately by the persistent virus that has made that famous husky voice more croaky than usual, but this was Rod on form.
The Kinks At the BBC RAY Davies sounded a little croaky to say the least during his rendition of Waterloo Sunset at the Olympics closing ceremony.
I am a bit croaky, with all the dust from the last couple of days, with the wind.