Emiliana Torrini

Album Title: Fisherman's Woman
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Folk
Half Icelandic, half Italian Emiliana Torrini grew up in Iceland singing, writing and recording two very successful albums. Soon after being discovered and signing a record deal Emiliana moved to England where she started her career and released her debut electronic trip-hop album, Love In The Time Of Science. While in England she also joined the cast of Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers and wrote a number one hit song for Kylie Minogue entitled "Slow".

With her second album release Fisherman's Women, Emiliana has taken a step back and approached this album from a very different level. Teaming up with Brixton-based producer Mr. Dan, songs were stripped back to a simple guitar along with Emiliana's delightfully vocal melodies. What comes out of this album is a very folk sounding and intimate arrangement.

The beautiful acoustic harmonic chords, plucking melodies, and piano elements blended into Emiliana's soft and tender vocals captures the sadness and loss that she tends to sing about. Enchanting to listen to and a brilliant departure from her previous music.

Writer: Paul Whitfield

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