Independent label Owned by Miles Copeland, BTM - 'British Talent Management' - appears to have been aimed at the Progressive end of the Rock spectrum; its roster of artists included the likes of Renaissance and Curved Air.  Unsurprisingly it was an album-orientated label, but it cracked the singles charts in 1976 with the Climax Blues Band's 'Couldn't Get It Right' (SBT-105).  BTM records were manufactured and distributed by RCA; the company operated from 1975 to 1977. Two label designs was used, and there was some variation in colour. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

75 American Gypsy Angel Eyes BTM SBT 101
75 Curved Air Foll Ep BTM SBT 102
76 Curved Air Desiree BTM SBT 103
76 Caravan All The Way BTM SBT 104
76 Climax Blues Band Couldn'T Get It Right BTM  SBT 105
76 Curved Air Baby Please Don'T Go BTM SBT 106
77 Squeeze Take Me I'M Yours BTM  SBT 107