Here's a couple from the soundtrack of the Dennis Hopper film, The Hot Spot. The soundtrack was put together by Jack Nitzsche, and he recruited quite a crew of musicians. Besides Davis and Hooker, the soundtrack features Taj Mahal, Roy Rogers (the slide player, not the cowboy) and legendary drummer Earl Palmer. One of these cuts has been posted here before, but I just came across the other, and even though they sound an awful lot alike, it is a pretty unique combination. The soundtrack is out of print* (and copies selling in the $45-$55 range), so you make want to...you know. (*Note: I was looking for vinyl, but have just been informed by a trusted adviser that it's readily available on CD.)
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Miles Davis & John Lee Hooker - Bank Robber mp3 at Aquarium Drunkard Direct linking disabled, go there to get it.
Miles Davis & John Lee Hooker - Ending Credits mp3 at When You Awake
Earlier Nitzsche post:
Produced By Jack Nitzsche with "Memo From Turner" (from the soundtrack of Performance) and "The Last Race" (used in soundtracks to both Death Proof and The Village of the Giants).
Jack Nitzsche at Wikipedia