Once the popularity of Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass took off after their initial hit The Lonely Bull in 1962 the copycat groups came out of the woodwork by the dozens. From budget labels like Crown and Spin-O-Rama to mainstream imprints like World Pacific and Audio Fidelity albums by these groups flooded record store bins throughout the 60s and beyond.
Chet Baker fronted an aggregation dubbed the Mariachi Brass for World Pacific while Richard Davis and the Tequila Brass recorded for Audio Fidelity.
Davis was born in Argentina in 1934 and was a fan of classical trumpeter Rafael Mendez, so the liner notes tell us. Tequila a Go Go came out in 1966 (Billboard listed it among the new album releases in its Dec. 3 issue) and seems to have passed pretty much unnoticed at the time. This appears to the group's only North American release, although Davis had several other albums come out in his native country. Grab Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White from Tequila a Go Go via the link below.
Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White
The songs on Tequila a Go Go are included in a download compilation called Mexican Madness, which is available from several sources. This material may have been sourced from vinyl, so the usual caution applies.
Here's another tune by Richard Davis and the Tequila Brass, from YouTube.