Palito Ortega

Ramón Bautista Ortega

Also known as D.J. Palito Ortega, Палито Ортега, Ortega, P. Alito Ortega, P. Ortega, P.Ortega, Palito Ortega Y Orquesta, R. Ortega
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palito_Ortega

Discography of Palito Ortega:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 La Primavera / Para Pasar El Tiempo 2 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
2 Cuando Tu Me Quieras / Te Vas A Enamorar 2 Audio 1969 RCA Victor
3 Voy Cantando / Corazon Contento 2 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
4 Digan Lo Que Digan / La Felicidad 2 Audio RCA Victor
5 Te Vas A Enamorar / Un Muchacho Como Yo 2 Audio 1969 RCA Victor
6 Corazón Contento 12 Audio 1969 RCA Camden
7 La Felicidad 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
8 Yo Tengo La Culpa 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
9 La Felicidad 2 Audio 1967 RCA
10 Viva La Vida / La Juventud Sabe Donde Va 2 Audio 1969 RCA Victor
11 La Felicidad 2 Audio 1967 RCA
12 La Chevecha / Soy Amigo De Las Flores 2 Audio 1968 RCA Vik
13 Palito Ortega 12 Audio 1962 RCA Vik
14 Viva La Vida! 12 Audio 1969 RCA Victor
15 Internacional! 12 Audio 1965 RCA Vik
16 Por Mucha Razones Te Quiero 2 Audio 1978 Orfeon
17 Vestida De Novia / Perdone Usted / El Changuito Cañero / Qué Lindo 4 Audio 1964 RCA Victor
18 Quien Tiene Derecho 2 Audio 1973 International Records (2)
19 Una Patada A La Verdad / Dale Hacia Adelante / Te Deseo Muchas Felicidades / Veo A Dios 4 Audio 1975 Ediciones Paulinas
20 Nuevamente Este Verano / Como Esos Barcos Que Se Van 2 Audio 1970 RCA Victor
21 Yo Tengo Fe 12 Audio 1973 RCA Victor
22 Palito Nº 21 12 Audio 1970 RCA Victor
23 Palito Ortega 12 Audio 1964 RCA Vik
24 Palito Siempre Primero 12 Audio 1963 RCA Vik
25 El Angel De ... Palito Ortega 12 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
26 Un Muchacho Como Yo 15 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
27 Creo En Dios 10 Audio 1980 Chango Record
28 Autorretrato 10 Audio 1979 Chango Record
29 Muchacho De Oro 12 Audio 1969 RCA Victor
30 Palito Como Nunca 12 Audio 1970 RCA Victor
31 Afectos 10 Audio 1983 Chango Record
32 La Felicidad 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
33 Autentico 12 Audio 1972 International Records (2)
34 Yo Tengo Fe, "Que Todo Cambiara" 4 Audio 1974 RCA Victor
35 Un Dia De Invierno / Muchacho Que Vas Cantando 2 Audio 1970 RCA Victor
36 Vestida De Novia 4 Audio 1964 RCA Victor
37 Que Pasara 4 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
38 Me Desperté LLorando 4 Audio 1969 RCA Victor
39 Camelia 4 Audio 1963
40 Impacto 12 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
41 El Mapa 2 Audio RCA Victor
42 Mi Primera Novia - Musica Original De La Banda De Sonido 16 Audio 1966 RCA Victor
43 A Charlie Chaplin 2 Audio 1966 RCA Victor
44 Que Sera 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
45 Todo Es Mentira 2 Audio 1967 RCA Victor
46 Yo Tengo La Culpa 2 Audio 1968 RCA Victor
47 Hola 2 Audio 1972 RCA Victor
48 Paz Y Felicidad 2 Audio 1971 RCA Victor
49 Estoy Perdiendo Imagen 2 Audio 1971 RCA Victor
50 Pasando Una Noche De Farra 2 Audio 1972 RCA Victor


Ramón Bautista Ortega (b. 1942) is an Argentine singer and actor, better known as Palito Ortega. Ortega reached international fame, particularly in Latin America and Spain, during the 1960s, when Rock and Roll music was popularized among teenagers in the region.

Ortega became friends with members of a famous group named "Carlinhos y su Banda". He learned to play drums during band practices, and, eventually, he joined the group. A period of wild success across South America followed for the band, with Ortega being one of their most popular members. Ortega left the group to follow a solo career, confident that the recognition the group had given him would guarantee him success as a solo artist.

His first solo album, "La Edad del Amor" ("The Age of Love"), was recorded under the artistic name of Nery Nelson. This album, as well as the next one ("Yo no Quiero," translated to "I Don't Want To"), were not hits. Both albums were recorded in Mendoza with low budgets and no recording company to back them up. Ortega also used the artistic nickname of Tony Varano for some of his live shows at the time, and he became a member of "The Lyons" when the Argentine rock legend, lead singer Peter Rock, left the band. His interests, however, remained in being a successful solo singer, and he left The Lyons within months of joining that band.

In 1963, he signed with RCA Records, and began recording immediately. His television appearances led to a career in cinema. Ortega recorded 27 albums, and starred in 26 films at the time, becoming a teen idol as a consequence. He acted and sang in those films, and shared the big screen with many of Argentina's most important actors and actresses of the time.


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