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Con Tanto Amor

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1. Pedazo De Cariño   
2. Con Un Besito   
3. No Lo Hare   
4. Me Caiste Del Cielo   
5. No Es Tan Facil   
6. Un Cariño   
7. Pienso En Ti   
8. No Quiero Ya Llorar Por Tu Cariño   
9. Vacio Sin Ti   
10. Con Tanto Amor   
   
Album: Con Tanto Amor
Rec.L/Disc.: C.B.S International
Year/Año: 1990

Side/Lado [A]

Pedazo De Cariño

Cornelio Reyna

Con Un Besito

Gerardo Olvera

No Lo Hare

N. Damit

Me Caiste Del Cielo

Cornelio Reyna

No Es Tan Facil

Magdaleno Martinez

Side/Lado [B]

Un Cariño

Luis Silva

Pienso En Ti

Juan Carlos Duque/Tino Hazer

No Quiero Ya Llorar Por Tu Cariño

Luis Silva

Vacio Sin Ti

Gene Jaimez

Con Tanto Amor

Ruben Amadao


Con Tanto Amor debuted on December 1, 1990 and entered the Billboard charts Latin Regional Mexican category at twenty-four. By January 26, 1991 it reached a peak position at number 5.



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Peace Mafia

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Mando Oscar and David 1989 San Luis Potosi Mexico soccer stadium.



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La Mafia's Inroad Into Mexico

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San Luis Potosi – Estadio de Soccer 1989

Before any other Tejano act began touring in Mexico, it was La Mafia that made the deepest inroads into the Mexican market directly through their live-on-the-road performances and later through huge sales of their music in Mexico and stateside. Moreover, La Mafia toured Mexico without the label-orchestrated support. Doing it the hard way, La Mafia sailed forth on their own and only later connected with a major promoter who helped them sort out the sometimes impossible paperwork of Mexican customs at the northern border crossings into Mexico.



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La Mafia’s First Venture South Of The Border

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October 16,1988….the day in history that started the Tejano music explosion in Mexico…This is the poster of La Mafia’s first concert in Mexico which was in Nuevo Progresso Nuevo Leon. The group dared to take its music across the border into Mexico during a time when Mexican-American artists were not accepted. That move ultimately opened doors for other artists like Selena and Los Palominos, among others, along the way.

Lichtenberger recalled La Mafia’s first venture south of the border in 1989.
“We played at Terrazas Corona in Matamoros, which is virtually a parking lot,” he said.
“We’ve played a lot of parking lots!” De la Rosa chimed in, laughing.
Crossing the border was a calculated decision.

“I remember a conversation we had in our office,” Lichtenberger said. “We said, ‘The border is right there, why don’t artists go across and play over there? We should try that.”

The decision to start in Matamoros, where prejudice against Mexican-Americans is not as strong as it is in other parts of Mexico, was a stroke of genius. From Matamoros, La Mafia eased its way into the República. Before too long, the group was accepted all over Mexico. Lichtenberger admitted that going into Mexico was no easy task because of the language and cultural barriers.

“We were up front,” he said. “We never pretended to know Spanish perfectly. During interviews, we acknowledged that there are many Mexican-Americans that won’t even admit that they have Mexican blood. But we made it clear that we are proud of our Mexican ancestors and they appreciated our sincerity.”

Lichtenberger said he has a poster from that first concert in Matamoros at his Houston office. “It’s a pride and joy for us,” he said.

Mexico was only the beginning of La Mafia’s international successes. The band branched out further, performing in Venezuela, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Argentina and more.



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‘Texas Time’ Oscar

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Mafia Tour Bus '89

Mafia Tour Bus – 1989



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Mando '89

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Mando – 1989



SI QUIERE DIOS



David '89

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David – 1989



QUIEREME



David 1989

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David – 1989



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La Mafia – “Ya Me Canse”

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YA ME CANSE



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