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Photographing Music's Biggest Stars; The Music Behind 'Anchorman 2'; Seasick Mama Plays Live

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Friday, December 06, 2013

Paul Rudd, Will Ferrell, David Koechner, and Steve Carrell in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Paramount Pictures)

In this episode: For a long time, Lynn Goldsmith didn’t want to be known as a “rock and roll photographer.” Yet with her new book, Rock And Roll Stories, she’s embraced the label. The collection collects four decades worth of photos and behind-the-scenes tales about music's biggest stars.

Then, Will Ferrell's surly news anchor and magnificent jazz flute extraordinaire Ron Burgundy returns to theaters in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. John Nau -- one of two composers behind the new movie’s soundtrack and score -- talks about the music behind the eagerly-anticipated comedy.

And, Seasick Mama -- the pop moniker of singer, songwriter and model Marial Maher -- performs songs from her latest EP, Tip Top Shape, as well as a previously-unheard new song.

'Rock And Roll Stories': Four Decades Photographing Music's Biggest Stars

For a long time, Lynn Goldsmith didn’t want to be known as a “rock and roll photographer.” Yet with her new book, Rock And Roll Stories, she’s embraced the label. The collection collects four decades worth of photos and behind-the-scenes tales about music's biggest stars.

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Composer John Nau On The 'Anchorman 2' Soundtrack

Will Ferrell's surly news anchor and jazz flute extraordinaire Ron Burgundy soon will return to theaters in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. John Nau -- one of two composers behind the new movie’s soundtrack and score -- talks about the music behind the eagerly-anticipated comedy.

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Watch: Seasick Mama, In The Studio

Watch Seasick Mama perform songs from her latest EP, Tip Top Shape, plus a never-heard new song, in the Soundcheck studio.

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Download: Sound - The Encounter

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