Memphis Minnie, I'm a Bad Luck Woman, 1936.
Lizzie Douglas (June 3, 1897 – August 6, 1973), known as Memphis Minnie, was a blues guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter whose recording career lasted from the 1920s to the 1950s. [. . .] She presented herself to the public as being feminine and ladylike, wearing expensive dresses and jewelry, but she was aggressive when she needed to be and was not shy when it came to fighting. According to the blues musician Johnny Shines, "Any men fool with her she'd go for them right away. She didn't take no foolishness off them. Guitar, pocket knife, pistol, anything she get her hand on she'd use it". (Wikipedia)
Elmore James, Dust My Broom
Elmore James, It Hurts Me Too
Robert Johnson, Sweet Home Chicago
Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, et al., Sweet Home Chicago. Looks like a Stratocaster festival. Only Johnny Winter is not playing a Strat.
Slim Harpo, Baby, Scratch My Back
Slim Harpo, Mohair Sam