Matthew Strachan

Matthew Strachan is an English composer and singer-songwriter.
His best known work is the music for the television game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? written with his father Keith, and the BBC Radio 4 World War I drama series Home Front. He has also contributed music to film and television productions such as Extract, The Detectives, Question Time, Winning Lines, jingles for several television commercials, and scores for stage musicals.
As a singer-songwriter Strachan is regarded as having a bittersweet style, often employing satire and characterisation to make political points about unusual subjects such as social networking and the media. He has remarked of his style that he is "somewhere on a spectrum somewhere between Dr. John and Richard Stilgoe". He has also noted that he is out of step culturally. "My sensibilities are retro-fitted. It took me a decade to realize U2 were a good band ... I was sitting in a hotel and said to my wife of a record, 'mark my words, that track is going to be big.' It had been a hit across Europe for weeks." As a composer of stage musicals he is noted for writing songs with a complete narrative arc.

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Top SongsAlbum
Conversation with a Photograph25 Year Songbook2:43
Conversation with a Photograph (Live)Live at the St James Theatre2:53
Shadow of the Maple Tree (Live)Live at the St James Theatre4:23
Monica25 Year Songbook Pt. II3:15
SecretsNext Door's Baby (2006 Cast Recording)4:57
Too Much Too SoonA Quiet Place I've Waited3:18
Behind Closed DoorsSerious Men3:05
Introducing Captain JazzThe Rock Serious Electric Roadshow0:44
If You Ever Come to Memphis (feat. Cassidy Janson)A Quiet Place I've Waited3:07
What We Did for Love25 Year Songbook Pt. II3:32
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