Matthew McCauley (producer)

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Matthew McCauley
Born1954 (age 64–65)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Occupation(s)Composer, record producer

Matthew McCauley (born 1954) is a Canadian composer[1] and record producer based in Los Angeles. In 1977 Matthew produced Dan Hill's song "Sometimes When We Touch". His film scores include Between Friends (1973), City on Fire (1979), Middle Age Crazy (1980), In the Custody of Strangers (1982) and Thunder Run (1986).

McCauley is active in several sciences and is the cofounder of Ancient Egypt Research Associates[2] which is based at the Harvard Semitic Museum.

Established in 1985, AERA carries out excavations and digital mapping at the Giza Plateau, near Cairo.

Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, his great grandfather and namesake, Matthew McCauley, was the first mayor of Edmonton, Alberta (1892)[3] and a member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1905 to 1909. Matthew's grandfather, Leslie McFarlane, was the author of the first nineteen Hardy Boys books.