His "group" recorded a popular Amede Breaux tune called "Vas Y Carrement", more commonly referred to as "Step It Fast". In 1949, Nathan Abshire tied lyrics to the song which Pitre borrowed for his title "Ain't No More" (#500). It's about The recording is quite fast paced and a bit confusing aurally. While some hear multiple musicians, researcher and author Lyle Ferbrache believes we're hearing the sounds of a one-man-band. He explains:
It seems the Texas Melody Boys were just Pee Wee singing and playing the accordion and a drum! I love the record and play it often and that’s all I hear.1
Sadly, not much is known about Pee Wee. He moved to Pasadena Texas in 1954 shortly after the recording and died in 1960.
- Post War Cajun 78 RPM Nuggets - Blues & Rhythm. 2014
Ain’t No More | Khoury's 500 A
Old Time Waltz | Khoury's 500 B
Cajun Honky Tonk: The Khoury Recordings, Volume 1 (Arhoolie, 1995)