With guitarists Junior and Aldus "Popeye" Broussard added to the group, their professional sound has been preserved on Bluebird recordings like "What's The Matter Now" (#2199). The droning guitar strum with simple accordion riffs gave the traditional Cajun sound an added dimension.1 It arrived on the heels of similar recordings of the era, such as the Breaux Brothers' "Le Blues De Petit Chien".
Tell me now, pretty baby, baby,What's the matter now?(You) stayed out late last night,You don't need no papa, no how, Lord, Lord.Let me tell you something, baby,I got up on my mind,Let me tell you something, baby,That's keeps me worried all the time.Oh, baby, what's the matter now?You got me worried now,But I won't be worried long.
- South to Louisiana: The Music of the Cajun Bayous By John Broven
- Cajun Breakdown: The Emergence of an American-Made Music By Ryan Andre Brasseaux
- Lyrics by Jordy A
BS-87614-1 Alberta | Bluebird B-2199-A
BS-87615-1 What's The Matter Now? | Bluebird B-2199-B
BS-87614-1 Alberta | Montgomery Ward M-4882-A
BS-87615-1 What's The Matter Now? | Montgomery Ward M-4882-B
Cajun Early Recordings (JSP, 2004)