Thompson is primarily referred to as the first choice (in support of constant member) from the Crimson Krayola, the long-running underground music group that initially made their tag over the ’60s psychedelic picture and continued to be noted players within the post-punk period. In 1970, he released a little-known record under his very own name, Corky’s Debts to His Dad, for the tiny Texas Trend label. More often than not it’s as unclassifiably oddball as his Crimson Krayola stuff. But overall it’s more available and, in ways, rather captivating, its off-kilter, folk-rock sensibility bearing some commonalities to the task of Syd Barrett. It had been reissued on Compact disc within the ’90s with the Drag Town label.