Esteban Jordan Y Su CIA Supermex ~ La Piriswiris, 1972 original Falcon Records LP, $300 + S/H
1972 original 1st press Falcon Records LP pressing #FLP-4021, thick cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. In the summer of 1973 (when I was only 16 years old!) I had the unforgetable pleasure of meeting & hanging out with Esteban Jordan via his step-daughter whom "Kato" (a grade school friend of mine, not The Green Hornet side-kick) & I became friends with at the McAllen Public Swimming Pool. When I went (by myself) to pick-up ? (her name escapes me at the moment, it's been 45 years!) to take her to the Drive-In movies, well to make the story short, "El Parche" met me in the front yard, and after Esteban "checked me out" for about 30 minutes of "chit chat", I had to take Mrs. Esteban Jordan, several of Esteban's little sons, even Esteban's own younger brother "Silver" who played timbales in Jordan's band! (He's probably on this LP too!) Anyway, good thing my older brother had "loaned me a station wagon", remember those? So we all crammed into the wagon & went to the movies, ha! so much for "romance", but we all had a good time at the Drive-In! Important thing is the next time I went to their house which was on South 29th Street in McAllen, Texas, Silver had probably told "El Parche" that I was "a cool dude" and so they took me to their recording studio on South 23rd Street, where I heard them play & practice for many, many hours into the night! So before my junior year in high school began, I had a front row seat to "the Jimi Hendrix of the accordion" playing just a few feet from me with his whole band!!! I can still remember him play "El Alacran" several times that night to this day!