Legend of the Seeker Theme Song


Are you guys familiar with Save Our Seeker? It is an ongoing campaign to, quite literally, save Legend of the Seeker. To date it has raised over $31,000.00 in donations. Quite impressive, huh?

Anyway, its theme song was composed by Joseph LoDuca, an award-winning composer who also made music for Xena: Warrior Princess, Leverage, and Spartacus: Blood and Sand among others.

“LOTS” (it’s right, don’t worry) won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series in 2009. This year, it was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music. It think those alone should merit an official soundtrack—it does not have one to this date.

Here’s a bonus. Below is one of those “part 1 of something” videos of complete episodes on YouTube. To view and hear the sequence/theme song, forward on to 0:52.

Leverage Theme Song

The theme song for Leverage, as per other previous claims, is not “Mercy” by Duffy. Sure, “Mercy” was used for Leverage promotional material and commercials, but is definitely not the theme song, nor the one used in the show’s opening credits.

The show only started to have a short opening credits with background music, the one where Nathan Ford (Timothy Hutton) says “The rich and powerful, they take what they want…” in season 2, but that exact same piece was used in the pilot episode of season 1.

The only information I have as of present time about the show’s original theme music is that is was composed Joseph LoDuca, an award-winning television and film score composer.

Watch & Listen

There is another recurring theme from this show which is always played when they are currently setting up a job. It is this bass-driven song with a cool melody. If you know what I am talking about and actually know information about it, please hit the comments.