Arthur Miles

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Not to be confused with the American blues singer Arthur Miles (1949).

Arthur Miles was a 1920s Texan singer of cowboy songs. He is credited with independently creating a style of throat singing, similar to the Tuvan style called sygyt, as a supplement to the normal yodeling of Country Western music. Two recordings exist that are attributed to Arthur Miles. The recordings are the first and second parts of a tune titled "Lonely Cowboy".[1]

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  1. ^ When I Was A Cowboy, Vol. 1 (Media notes). Various Artists. Newton, NJ: Yazoo Records. September 24, 1996. 2022. 

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