A TIME TO SING 1968
U.S. film. Hank Williams Jr. sings 9 songs including his biggest 1960's hit, "It's All Over But the Crying." Also, starring 60s clean-teen Shelley Fabares. Hank Jr. plays Grady Dodd, a talented country and western musician, who defies the uncle who raised him and tries to break into the music business.
As a result of the conflict, the boy learns that his mother, whom he doesn't remember, was a singer who died after she ran away with another musician. Hank Jr. performs at jamborees, Nashville night clubs and gets and Nashville recording contract.
Songs include: "The Humming Bird," "It's All Over But the Crying," "Rock in My Shoe," "A Man Is On His Own," "Money Can't Buy Happiness," "Old Before My Time," "Next Time I Say Goodbye," "I'm Leaving," and "A Time to Sing." Hank Williams Jr., Shelley Fabares, Ed Begley, D'Urville Martin, Donald Woods, Clara Ward, Harold Ayer, Dick Haynes, Gene Gentry. A Time To Sing!
Plus this bonus selection...
EXCERPTS FROM OZARK JUBILEE 1959-1960
U.S. TV show. Red Foley: "Company Comin'." Slim Wilson Band: "At The Woodchoppers Ball," "Blues In My Mind." Chuck Bowers: "Oakie Boogie." Roy Acuff: "Come And Knock." June Webb: "Oh Lonesome Me." Red Foley: "Crazy Little Guitar Man." Roy Lanham: "Instrumental." Leon McAuliffe: "Three Bears."
A TIME TO SING 1968 movie on DVD!