[pictured: Buck & Bobby] Kountry KAYO program director Bashful Bobby Wooten had a home recording studio. He also had a record label, G-R-C (General Recording Company), and he owned the R. G. Wooten Music Publishing Company.
Buck Ritchey, not one to hide his opinion, had a couple of favorite
on-air critiques he might make after spinning a record that he thought,
for any number of reasons, didn’t quite merit air play on KAYO: 1)
“That’s a kind of a ho-hum sort of a sort of a thing.” 2) “That record
sounds like it was cut with a dull jackknife in Bashful Bobby’s basement.”