‘Time is on my Hands’

in Stray Cats-o-pedia

(Slim Jim Phantom – Lee Rocker)

Sung by Lee Rocker, “Time Is On My Hand” was only performed live three times by the Stray Cats. It was shortly before the band split, during Summer of 1984 (July – Lyon, France, August, 1st – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and August 6th – Chicago, Illinois) with Tommy Byrnes on second guitar (and Lee was probably playing electric bass at that time).
The Stray Cats never recorded it but a studio version by Phantom Rocker and Slick resurfaced as a b-side for their debut single “Men Without Shame” (EMI) in 1985 and a couple of months later on their debut album (Phantom, Rocker & Slick).

Phantom, Rocker & Slick - Men Without Shame / Time is on my hands
Phantom, Rocker & Slick – Men Without Shame / Time is on my hands