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Esteban "Steve" Jordan (February 23, 1939 – August 13, 2010) was a jazz, rock, blues, conjunto and Tejano musician from the United States. He was also known as "El Parche", "The Jimi Hendrix of the accordion", and "the accordion wizard". An accomplished musician, he played 35 different instruments. Esteban Jordan Y Pura Jalea - Canto Al Pueblo El Parche Records 1978. Soy De Tejas Hacienda Records LP-. Ahorita Hacienda Records LP.
Esteban III (guitar) and Ricardo (bass) accompanied Esteban on-stage and in studio recording. Esteban established his own record label "Jordan Records, In. on his birthday Feb. 23, 2010. He released one of his nine albums named Carta Espiritual (a spiritual letter), on which he had spent over 15 years recording new music, still yet to be released on his recording label. His sons Esteban J. Esteban III, and Ricardo continue his musical legacy. His sons go by "El Rio Jordan de Esteban Jordan" Rio Jordan, the band name given by their father .
Esteban Jordan Y Pura Jalea - Canto Al Pueblo El Parche Records 1978. Con Una Sonrisa Hacienda Records LP-. Mirada Que Facina Freddie Records LP-. My Toot Toot RCA International IL6-. Turn Me Loose RCA International IL6-.
Album · 2015 · 16 Songs. 8. Squeeze Box Man. 4:14. More By Esteban Jordan.
Un Canto Al Pueblo, 2002. Un Canto Al Pueblo, 2002. Con Mis Propias Manos, 03:28.