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For me it came in dust from dry paddocks, sunlight, and the croaky voices of a convent choir.
Kylie said she'd been suffering with a cold and apologised if she sounded a bit croaky but it didn't show.
The croaky voiced musician wrote all the songs and played nearly all the instruments on the album - save for a few guests including good friends Shirley Manson, from Garbage, and Emily Kokal, from Warpaint lending a hand on backing vocals.
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.
Yet there was also a moving sense of gravitas in this presentation, much of it attributable to the authoritative conducting of Daniele Rosina, marshalling his forces (the orchestra including schoolchildren violinists amidst more experienced players, the chorus peopled with throngs of adorable little animals, the soloists -- some of them very young -- willing and accomplished, and us, the croaky congregation) with such calm charisma and enthusiasm.
Dylan's familiar deep, gravelly voice can hold a tune like the best of them but, sadly, many of the croaky lyrics were hard to make out which was a real shame, considering Dylan's prowess for poetry.
This time he's joined by a band, but he's still a croaky, adult Jackanory storyteller at heart.
They are fully fitted with a voice modulator to create the trademark croaky Dalek voice and also have working lights and moving eyes.
To begin with my mouth went up and down and there wasn't a lot coming out, but the voice is a lot better now, although it's still a bit croaky.
She was hitting most of the notes, yes her throat was a little croaky.