For a few years, Emiliana Torrini wasn’t sure she’d ever make music again. Then the phone started ringing. Fisherman’s Woman — Iceland-born songstress Emiliana Torrini’s second album — begins on a positive enough note: “Home alone and happy/ Nothing brings me down,” Torrini coos on the opening track, her warm, dulcet voice draped gently over a comforting bed of folky guitar-picking, piano plinks, and the slightest breaths of percussion and electric guitar hovering in the background. [More]