As an engineer, Miles has co-produced and engineered Hugh Moffatt's 1989
"Troubadour" album for Rounder/Philo Records and produced and engineered two Mark Koenig projects.

Miles' long-standing relationship with singer/songwriter Guy Clark has truly brought him into the forefront of contemporary country music.

Miles co-produced and engineered Guy's "Old Friends" album for Sugar
Hill which was nominated for a Grammy in the Contemporary Folk category in
1989. Because of "Old Friends", Elektra/Asylum Records signed Guy to a
multi-album deal that resulted in the critically acclaimed records "Boats To
Build" and "Dublin Blues", which were co-produced and engineered by Miles.

Miles' work can be found on:

  • Marcia Ball's Rounder release, "Blue House"
  • Cindy Church's "Just A Little Rain" LP
  • Verlon Thompson & Suzi Ragsdale's LP
  • Peter McCann's RCA Christmas album

Other engineering/productions include:

  • 1997 Juno Award Winning Long John Baldry's "Right To Sing The Blues" LP (Stony Plain)
  • "Cindy Church's" LP (Stony Plain)
  • Guy Clark's live album "Keepers" (1997 Grammy nominated LP in the Contemporary Folk category - Sugar Hill)
  • Buddy Mondlock (EMI) and Susan Werner (Bottom Line/BMG)


  • Great Big Sea's album "Turn" with producer Steve Berlin (Sire/London Records
  • Tim O'Brien & Darrell Scott's LP "Real Time"
  • Co-Produced and engineered four Darrell Scott CDs


  • "Way Live" for The Waybacks
  • Canadian rock singer-songwriter Bobby Cameron

Most recently Miles has produced Karla Anderson's new CD from Edmonton and Doug & Telisha Williams new CD from Virginia.

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