It was impeccable musicianship beneath the vocals, yet the musicianship was buried by a thin, murky sound.
Since then, he has retired two famous photographs, featuring one bride and her dress engulfed in flames and another in murky water.
The plot is murky, involving a trade dispute, blockades, Jedi undercover, and an underlying story - just begun in this film - of a sinister force gathering power in hiding.
The murky bits you see floating in the bottle are called the mother of vinegar, and contain most of the goodness to be found in apple cider vinegar.
The explanations are a bit murky, but it seems that the problems are less technological than they are the fact that the project has been hijacked by a mysterious higher power, which is using Sam's leaps to fix what once went wrong.
There are pros and cons to using free online dating sites verses the paid ones, such as the quality of people to choose from (and how serious they are about finding love), not having access to photos, and murky profile information.
The world of organic wine is a little murky because to be certified organic the grapes must be grown using organic methods and the wine itself must be produced without adding chemicals or anything that isn't natural.
Technical diving features include a rotating bezel for elapsed time tracking, self-winding automatic movement, luminous hands and markers for murky diving situations and a hardflex crystal.
If you haven't tried cooking with organic raw apple cider vinegar, the murky brown color and sediment in the bottom of the bottle might take a little getting used to.
It was probably in Paris, the chief intellectual centre of his time, that Neckam heard how a ship, among its other stores, must have a needle placed above a magnet (the De utensilibus assumes a needle mounted on a pivot), which needle would revolve until its point looked north, and thus guide sailors in murky weather or on starless nights.