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We have  an  international  music  catalog covering  a  broad  variety  of  musical  styles  and  formats.  This  catalog  is  constantly  updated  with  new  recordings  by  production  studios  located  in  the  U.S.,  Mexico,  the  U.K,  and  Germany. 

The Alshire/Somerset labels feature the renowned 101 Strings Orchestra, a household name in easy listening, and many other artists. It boasts 10,000 recordings of classic pop songs, soundtracks, latin and world music, all remastered from the original tapes.

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The Countdown Kids are one of the most successful children’s music projects ever with hundreds of recordings of the most popular children’s songs in various languages.

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More than 50,000 cover recordings of the major chart successes since the early 1950s, covering all genres: Rock, Pop, Latin, Country, Soundtracks, Musicals etc.

The recordings are high quality studio performances close to the originals. All titles are available in different formats: full vocal, backing tracks, plus acapellas and stems for selected titles. Updated on a monthly basis in our studios.

Everest is one of the first true audiophile classical labels. Between 1958 and 1961, Everest produced close to 100 legendary classical music albums with world famous artists, most of them recorded on 3-track 35mm magnetic film tape – a revolution in audio engineering.

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The Mediaphon catalog completes Countdown’s wide range of high-quality classical masters with its large spectrum of state-of-the-art classical recordings.

The Dobre Records catalog contains recordings by some of the finest musicians of the late 1970s West Coast Jazz scene, including Mundell Lowe, Milcho Leviev, Laurindo Almeida, Herb Jeffries, Roger Kellaway, Ruth Brown and others.

The Scorpio-Alto catalog: 1,500 Latino recordings from the 70s featuring Norteño and Tejano legends such as Little Joe, Ramon Ayala, Carlos Y Jose, Conjunto Bernal, Gerardo Reyes and Ruben Vela just to name a few.