Amy LaVere, Throwing 'Anchors & Anvils'

Amy LaVere

Amy LaVere sings, plays the stand-up bass and acts — you've seen her, perhaps, in Walk the Line and Black Snake Moan. Evan Agostini/Getty Images hide caption

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Anchors & Anvils is the jazzy, torchy, after-a-breakup second album by singer, actress and stand-up bassist Amy LaVere. Jim Dickinson, who's worked with Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and the Replacements, produced the disc.

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