Arthur Miles was a 1920s Texan singer of cowboy songs. He is credited with independently utilising a style of overtone 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".
- When I Was A Cowboy, Vol. 1, Early American Songs of the West, Classic Recordings from the 1920s and 30s - Yazoo Records at the Wayback Machine (archived 2011-10-15[Date mismatch])
- Khoomei.com: Information on various throat singing styles and artists
- Recording of Arthur Miles from Khoomei.com
- Internet radio show comparing Arthur Miles Lonely Cowboy to Tuvan throat singing. Or is it just humming and whistling? Pat Conte of The Secret Museum of Mankind fields the question.
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