Your list of the ten greatest white blues guitar players left off:
1) Mike Bloomfield
2) Danny Gatton
3) Robben Ford
What you really have there is a list of the top thirteen white blues guitarists with the first three left off...
...as far as great blues records, put the first two Paul Butterfield Blues Band records first, then everyone else- regardless of color or origin.
If you want to hear the three mentioned above, listen to PBBB, or "East-West", ANY Danny Gatton album, but especially "Unfinished Business" or "Redneck Jazz", and to hear Robben Ford at his bluesiest, "Talk To Your Daughter" It's never been done better than these three guys do it, although many tried. And any guitar player who saw Danny Gatton live came away feeling like he had been in the presence of God. Myself included.
"I've been with 1000's of men,
again and again,
they promise the moon,
they always coming and going,
going and coming,
and always too soon!
Right girls?" credit this to Mel Brooks, just so we don't piss Jim off.
Hendrix's "Little Wing" or SRV's instrumental version, either is good. Blind Faith's "In the Presence of the Lord", Blood Sweat & Tears' "God Bless the Child", Little Feat's "Rock and Roll Doctor", and finally, I have to agree with Veek's choice of "St James Infirmary" ( I chose this one for a 'Sunday in the Park' series we played - same intro ).