Easily one of the most recognizable blooze doowds ever...
While Johnson might still be – and will remain – the most celebrated bluesmen, the folks below aren’t slouches in any sense. Well, Skip James wasn’t all that great at guitar, but it can be forgiven. Regardless, each of the players represented herein affected not only the way in which a guitar would be wielded by rock and blues musicians, but also the American song book. Understanding the genre, after Robert Johnson, begins here.
Sandy Bull - Fantasias for Guitar & Banjo (1963)
That guitar sounds weirder in this video than on the discs I've heard. Either way, classic.