Independent label: Gay Time Records appears to have been a custom-pressing label. Numbering was in a GTKEP-1000 series and it reached at least GTKEP-1009, which was Pyramid's 'I Believe In Music'.  GTKEP-1005 was a cover version of 'Bohemian Rhapsody', which sounds ambitious; it was by a band called 'Black Lace' - probably not the '80s hitmakers.  There are no dates on the labels, but 'I Believe In Music' was covered several times in the '70s and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' topped the charts in 1975, so it's a good bet that Gay Time dates from the late '70s.  I wonder if the title had any significance - the word 'Gay' had lost its original meaning by the time the 1970s rolled around.  The records were produced by Paul Kacharia and Freddie Davies, who also appears to have produced everything on the Kentone label, suggesting a link between the two labels. Distributed By Gay Time  Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

75 Not Traced GAY TIME GTKEP 1001
75 Not Traced GAY TIME GTKEP 1002
75 Not Traced GAY TIME GTKEP 1003
75 Not Traced GAY TIME GTKEP 1004
75 Black Lace Bohemian Rhapsody GAY TIME GTKEP 1005
75 Not Traced GAY TIME GTKEP 1006
75 Not Traced GAY TIME GTKEP 1007
75 Opus Feelings  GAY TIME GTKEP 1008
75 Pyramid I Believe In Music GAY TIME GTKEP 1009