Latest work: listen to my Saint Patrick’s Day greeting, or logos, storytelling. Continued, committing to providing free entertainment to service my fans that are or could be just bored with what is out there already.

** special note: what you hear ** is **  very mastered. You can crank this all the way up if you prefer **

Reminder, my recordings belong to me, author and recordist Jeremy Michael Dinovo, so please obtain express (written or recorded) permission before using any of my intellectual property or overall, my works.

Saint Patrick’s Day greeting

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the REASON for this posting is I want my audience to enjoy and perchance to relish some ideas from my likeness as a

voice talent and music recording artist.

Sound samples…

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  1. MP3 dialogue and music: Jeremy M. Dinovo

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9.02 MB


Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to Irish Poet of Sligo, William Butler Yeats (author of He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven)

I produced everything here, music, vocal track, and I mixed in the reverb. I hope you were able to enjoy this. I produced this after I just got off of dayjob while still wearing the work clothes, so I could put together something festive for my friends.

original music and recording by Jeremy M. Dinovo (C) 2017

2. CD QUALITY (44.1kHz 16-bit) dialogue and music: Jeremy M. Dinovo

click to play, or right-click to download [will update this link]

(this file is around here somewhere, but I will upload it when I have time, thanks)

100 MB (remember, this is an example of CD quality, so you may want to burn this to a CD, but for non-commercial use, and enjoy on a CD player anywhere)

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to Irish Poet of Sligo, William Butler Yeats (author of He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven)

original music, lyrics, and recording by Jeremy M. Dinovo (C) 2017

works otherwise cited indicating original author, William Butler Yeats, for poem He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven , which I do recommend you read for yourself. It is wonderful.

Thanks for waiting for me to complete the compiling of my comedy C.D. I just need to tend to life and to fair priorities first! See? I was telling the truth about the quality and inherent goodness of my comedy, and that it exists a plenty!

Well I gotta go. Give my logos a listen, willya? And send me a Comment or two via my Contact-Us page — don’t worry, it won’t bite, but I might. I really do read these E-mails!

And give me a call, or a call BACK, please, and I will do my best to SHOW UP at your place, to listen to your needs. Maybe we both have the befitting solution and conversely the same problems or Needs. That is exactly what I am built to do, just for you. I show up. Did you miss that? I show up. How you choose to correspond to this is entirely your choice. Insert smiley face here : – )


Questions? Comments? Anything? I am sure that to finally hear my voice on a big long recording would have to spark up something, so Contact me:

Contact Jeremy M. Dinovo, A.K.A. the Mr. Variety

If there is anything

you think I can do to help, please let me know, OK? I am counting on you to tell me these things, while I am still not yet a mind reader.

by Jeremy M. Dinovo a.k.a. THE Mr. Variety of the entire internet at large

program director for dustybootsworth.com

Now accepting: ** the continuation of adequately and reasonably more ** good company, long-term, and continuing to accept beverages and things to eat in exchange for anything reasonable or useful that I can continue to offer. It’s a long story. That is the short version.

If you walk away from this post to remember anything, then just remember:

once you do, then stay for dinner. Always stay for dinner. ; – )

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