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La Mafia Exitos En Vivo

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1. Introduccion / 2. Nadie   
3. Toma Mi Amor   
4. Ahora Y Siempre
5. Mi Llamada
6. Estas Tocando Fuego
7. Donde El Viento Me Lleve
8. Si Tu Me Quisieras
9. Yo Me Morire
10. Cambiando La Historia
11. Me Estoy Enamorando
12. Como Me Duele Amor
13. Nuestra Cancion
14. Me Duele Estar Solo (Dance Mix)
Album: La Mafia Exitos En Vivo                           15. Let It Be
Rec.L/Disc.: Sony Discos
Year/Año: 1995

Side/Lado [A]


Armando Larrinaga

Toma Mi Amor

Armando Larrinaga

Ahora Y Siempre

Ricardo Quijano

Mi Llamada

Homero D. Rodriguez

Estas Tocando Fuego

Jorge Luis Piloto

Donde El Viento Me Lleve

E.J. Ledesma

Si Tu Me Quisieras

Juan Carlos Perez

Side/Lado [B]

Yo Me Morire

Juan Carlos Perez

Cambiando La Historia

Homero D. Rodriguez

Me Estoy Enamorando

Armando Larrinaga

Como Me Duele Amor

Ricardo Quijano

Nuestra Cancion

Homero D. Rodriguez

Me Duele Estar Solo

Luis Gerardo Padilla

Let It Be

Vers. Esp.:

Manny Benito

John Lennon/Paul McCartney

Exitos En Vivo debuted on April 15, 1995 and entered the Billboard charts Latin Regional Mexican category at number five. By May 25, 1995 it had reached the number one position, following in the footsteps of previous number one albums, La Mafia 1986, Estas Tocando Fuego, and Ahora Y Siempre.

Of the fifteen tracks contained on Exitos En Vivo, seven have been in the Hot Latin Tracks top twenty, including four at number one.

Hot Latin Tracks

Name  Debut  Position  Peak  Position
Toma Mi Amor 03/04/95  7  04/08/95  1(1)
Nadie  05/27/95  18  06/17/95  2


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La Mafia’s new CD “Exitos En Vivo” includes three new songs and their first new rancheras since the release of “Ahora Y Siempre.” It sets a new standard in live recordings. “It’s all digital,” keyboardist and producer Mando Lichtenberger said. “It’s an extension of our recording studios, Houston Sound Studios. We have a mobile 32-track digital unit.”

Mando added that the first single “Toma Mi Amor” has a similar style to the rancheras on “Estas Tocando Fuego.” However, the new song that is really bringing people out on the dance floor is the fast, funky “Nadie.” With Leonard’s guitar and Mando’s accordion, it incorporates the “cajun cumbia” style popularized by Elida y Avante.

The album also includes their biggest hits since 1991, when the group signed with Sony Latin. The tracks that make up the album were recorded in Houston, San Antonio, Austin, El Valle, Guadalajara, Monterrey, and Mexico City, though the group was recording songs everywhere it went during its 1994 tour.

In addition, “Exitos En Vivo” has two new studio tracks–an extended mix of “Me Duele Estar Solo” and a Spanish version of the Beatles’ “Let It Be.” Coming less than a year after Grammy-nominated “Vida,” some fans have wondered whether the more Tejano-flavored “Exitos En Vivo” represents yet another musical turning point for the versatile group. “No,” Mando responded, “Vida” is still doing well. “Me Duele Estar Solo” made No. 1 on Billboard. This is just a live album that is not going to interfere with ‘Vida.'”

La Mafia will also appear on an international tribute album to the Beatles along with acts such as Ana Gabriel, Chayanne, Magneto, Ricky Martin, and others. “We’re doing ‘Let It Be,’ Mando said. “It’s bilingual but ‘Let It Be’ is the only line we’re doing in English. This is a totally new translation done by Manny Benito, who’s written some of our songs. It had to be approved through the Beatles’ camp by Lennon/McCartney Publishing.”

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