The Lombardi Trophy Theme (The Official Theme of the Super Bowl) - David Robidoux

The Lombardi Trophy Theme (The Official Theme of the Super Bowl)

David Robidoux

  • Genre: Instrumental
  • Release Date: 2009-10-23
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • ℗ 2009 Cherry Lane Music/NFL Films

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Lombardi Trophy: Overture David Robidoux 2:00 USD 0.99
2
Lombardi Trophy: Processional David Robidoux 1:05 USD 0.99
3
Lombardi Trophy: History David Robidoux 4:03 USD 0.99
4
Lombardi Trophy: Power David Robidoux 3:38 USD 0.99
5
Lombardi Trophy: Reprise David Robidoux 2:23 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • Very Good Music

    5
    By AWJ15
    As usual with David Robidoux, each song if fantastic. However, I do not recommend buying the entire album. Each song is similar, they just have different tempos, dynamics, and instrumentation. The 30-Second Preview of Processional is found in every song. My advice is to pick the song you like best and buy that song. By the way, as stated in the previous reviews, iTunes needs to release more NFL Films stuff. It is all fantastic.
  • See above

    4
    By thejimmy36
    These tracks are worth it, but they aren't the ones everyone really wants. A ton of good music has been made since Autumn Thunder and you guys need to release that. I hear them all the time on Game of the Week, the NFL network, and other NFL sources. Plenty of people would snap them up in a second, including me. You guys do great work but don't keep all that good work hidden.
  • Amazing Tracks, but Not the Ones I Really Want

    5
    By supersoulty
    These, like all the Robidoux tracks, are absolutely amazing, but for the love of whatever you believe is up there, you guys need to release all the other new ones that have come out since Autumn Thunder. I am talking about the Theme to America's Game, the stuff from Road to the Super Bowl, the stuff from Farve Forever, whatever was used as the in-program theme for the America's Game 2008 Steelers... all of it... all the reworked stuff, too, like the reworked versions of "The Raiders" and "Pony Soliders". It is all fantastic, and if you made it know that it was out there, people who know of it would snatch it up in a second. Keep doing the good work, but don't hide your light under a bushel. Release this stuff.

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