In 1989 Divucsa acquired the entire back catalogue of Discos Belter, one of the most important companies in the Spanish market at the time, which included a very extensive catalogue of Spanish music, flamenco and pop from the 60’s and 70’s.
Since then, Divucsa has devoted all its efforts to preserve and constantly re-edit this catalogue, which constitutes a true cultural legacy as it covers almost three decades of Spanish musical history (Discos Belter was founded in 1954).
Its ranks include some of the biggest names in “copla” and “flamenco” such as Manolo Escobar, Paco de Lucía, Juanito Valderrama, Lola Flores, Niña de la Puebla, Juanita Reina, Marifé de Triana, Dolores Vargas, Estrellita Castro, José Guardiola, Jorge Sepúlveda and many more.
Also, throughout the decade of the 60’s, Discos Belter released some of the most successful national pop groups and artists of the time, such as Los Stop, Los 3 Sudamericanos, Los 5 Latinos, Salomé, Concha Velasco and Víctor Manuel.
Shortly before its disappearance in 1984, due to the major crisis in the sector, Discos Belter still collected some extraordinary hits with the launch of rock groups such as Burning, La Banda Trapera del Río and Los Burros (later known as El último de la fila) and, above all, with the enormous success in all Spanish speaking countries of the children’s group, Parchís.
As heir of this cultural heritage, Divucsa continues to make great efforts in order to maintain and provide the public with this valuable material, whether through periodic rereleases in CD format or through very careful digital distribution at a global level and digitalisation and adaptation to new formats of the entire back catalogue.