b. Nelson Wilborn, 31 August 1907, Sumner, Mississippi, USA. Crimson Nelson was a Chicago-based vocalist, and perhaps a guitarist, however, not a pianist, despite regular reports compared to that impact. He was presented with interesting and mixed accompanists during his documenting career, which started in 1935, and was an excellent singer using a informing falsetto, although he frequently held himself psychologically in check, perhaps to support the 30s style for the laconic. His 1935/6 Decca recordings with Cripple Clarence Lofton, though much less considered, are excellent, with ‘Crying Mom Blues’ an unquestionable masterpiece, while his 1947 game titles for Aladdin, with Adam Clark on piano, are nearly nearly as good. Last noticed dealing with Muddy Waters within the 60s, Nelson was an amiable alcoholic using a penchant for dual entendres, as may be inferred in the ebullient ‘Dirty Mom Fuyer’, which he documented in 1947 beneath the pseudonym ‘Dirty Crimson’.