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Sesto sang in two pop bands during the 1960s and won a contest in a Madrid TV show.
He played a part in the Spanish filming of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
In 1973, he represented Spain in the second edition of the OTI Festival, which was held in the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte.
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After successfully starring in the Spanish version of "Jesus Christ Superstar", Sesto continued gaining fame as a singer and composer.
Year after year, he had reached the top of the charts all over America, Latin America and in Spain, with songs like Algo De Mí (Something in me) (1971–72), Amor... to love) (1972), Melina (1975), a song about Melina Mercouri, ¿Quieres ser mi amante? ) (1974), Jamás (Never) (1975), El Amor de mi Vida (The Love of my Life ) (1978), Perdóname (song) (Forgive me) (1981), the latter being his most successful hit, among others being Donde estés, con quien estés, Amor de mujer (1984) and the classic "Amor Mío, ¿Qué Me Has Hecho? ) (1991), number one in the Billboard magazine on November 1991, plus several other hits around the world.