Sunday, September 10, 2006


Video and audio from a Sony TRV10. Images added using Pinnacle Studio 9.4.

A few people said that the effect where the video gets really bright was cheesy and suggested I remove it. The eerie truth is that I don't know how it got there. The camera did that - it's not an effect I added.

Julia Othmer performing at Hill of the Hawk in Big Sur, CA 2005.



SnoWhite said...

This is AWESOME... Thank you for sharing {{huggz}} kc

Anonymous said...

fucking beautiful babe. thank you.

DykesDog said...

Julia, this was wonderful!!! What a way to honor all those lost on 9/11!!! See you in a couple weeks!

Anonymous said...

what a beautiful thing julia. thank you! hope to see you soon!

Anonymous said...

The song and you are haunting

Anonymous said...

You are wonderful, and that was one of the most moving things I have ever seen/heard.

Thank you Julia,

Anonymous said...


I think the change in lighting directly affects the words of your music and is obviously a symbol.

Beautiful song.


Anonymous said...

I lost someone very close to me years ago--from the moment I first heard that song in a coffee shop in Haddonfield, N.J. it always brought back such emotion; beautiful song darling Julia, thank you! See you at the Bitter End.

Anonymous said...

I cried when I saw this.
Thank You


Anonymous said...

Tolles Video, Konstantin! Tolle Musik, Julia! Das hat uns sehr berührt. Mehr davon!
Liebe Grüße aus Europa,
Sven & Gunda.

Alan said...

that was really good - thanks for reminding us what a great talent your sister has. I'm going to have to play that track on Darkhorse Radio now. Julia has already featured 3 times in recent weeks ( - she's becoming such a regular that I will expect her to come to the Christmas party - what's a few thousand miles eh!

lil' ole me? said...

Very touching, very well done.

lil' ole me? said...

hVery touching, very well done.

Anonymous said...

play on, write on, sing on...kon,julia ....I'm proud of
you....hear you soon...see you soon.
not so anonymous.