Here's a personal fav from Tull's 1991 Catfish Rising album, called "Sleeping With the Dog". A few noteworthy features are some cool squeals from Martin Barre's guitar, and some heavy-duty overblown bits from Ian Anderson's flute:
Way back in 2003 John Mellencamp released an album with this song and some other blues songs on Trouble No More. I didn't know at the time that they were old blues covers. Can't beat the originals, but he does a good job.
John Lee Hooker is so revered as a blues pioneer that everybody overlooks his rhythm problem. He played alone for too long and his phrasing defies mathematics. But he still sounded great in his eighties on vocal and guitar and it is amusing to see accompanying players jump and start trying to match his chord changes.