#3
stevie ray vaughan live stuff, and since i've been lovin you by led zeppelin. also look into srv's little wing extended, greatest guitar work ever. also john mayer's trio and continuum stuff is good.
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#4
Jumping at Shadows, a compilation of Peter Green's work from early Fleetwood Mac and other bits and bobs, is a good place to start. For something more accessible and modern check out The Black Keys. I recommend Rubber Factory, but all of their albums are great.

Or you could go back to the start and pick up some Delta Blues, Son House, Robert Johnson, Robert Lockwood etc... and then on to people like John Lee Hooker.

The blues is a nice thing to start exploring, there's a lot of it out there! Try looking for a good compilation of the varying styles and see what you like.