Vocal Impressions: Hearing Voices, Round Four
Commentator Brian McConnachie has been asking listeners to describe in poetic language their impressions of famous voices.
In his last challenge, he asked listeners to describe the voices of Sean Connery, Bob Dylan, Odetta and Mae West.
McConnachie also offers up four new voices: Mick Jagger, Eleanor Roosevelt, Barry White and Luciano Pavarotti.
Updated May 28, 2007
This batch of voices drew our largest response yet.
Last month, the voices you were invited to describe included rock 'n' roll legend Sir Mick Jagger, formidable first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, crooner extraordinaire Barry White and the great opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti. Below are the best of the descriptions you sent in.
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