#1
I'm looking for recommendations for music that has that slow minor blues feel, kind of like the following. Any suggestions?

Since I've Been Loving You - Led Zeppelin
Tea for One - Led Zeppelin
Achilles Last Stand - Led Zeppelin
Blue Jean Blues - ZZ Top
Shine on you Crazy Diamond - Pink Floyd
Double Trouble - Eric Clapton
#2
I know Cannibal Corpse has a lot of Minor Bluesy songs, but they're all at like 300 bpm.
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#3
3 o'clock blues - bb king and eric clapton
sweet sixteen - bb king
sweet home chicago - bb

pretty much A LOT of bb's work. And I wouldn't quite refer to shine on as "bluesy"...
#6
Tin Pan Alley - SRV.

Seriously.
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#7
"Summertime," by George Gershwin (Janis Joplin if you wanna rock hard on it, Ella Fitzgerald if you wanna mellow out to it)

"My Baby Don't Tolerate" and "M-O-N-E-Y" by Lyle Lovett

"'B' Movie Boxcar Blues" by Delbert McClinton (performed by the Blues Brothers)

"Dollar Bill Blues" by Townes van Zandt (<------ this one is FANTASTIC)

"Young Man Blues" by Mose Allison (performed by The Who)

"Yer Blues" by the Beatles

"Voodoo Chile" and "Red House" by Jimi Hendrix (Winwood and Clapton do a killer version of Voodoo Chile, please note that this is the far-too-neglected original voodoo Chile, and NOT the "slight return" version that everyone knows)

"On your Way Down" by Little Feat (Gov't Mule does a killer version)

"Po' Black Maddie / Skinny Woman / Po' Black Maddie" by North Mississippi Allstars (if your looking for blues rock, you can't do much better then NMA)