guitar solos where less is more

Looking for brilliant guitar solos, with the quality of the notes chosen and not the quantity...blues, rock and jazz
Ry Cooder - Paris, Texas
Michael Timmins - Blue Moon Revisited from the Trinity Sessions
Mick Jagger - Heaven from Tattoo You
David Hidalgo - Forever Night Shade Mary from The Latin Playboys self-titled
Robbie Blunt - Big Log from Robert Plant's The Principle of Moments
Lou Reed - Beginning of a Great Adventure from New York
John Fogerty - The Old Man Down the Road from Centerfield
Pat Metheny - Travels from Travels
Have not read all the input her thus far, but enthusiastically second David Rawlings and Michael Timmons. Would add, Rory Block, Ricard Buckner, Tim Reynolds, Jeffrey Foucault, Patti Larkin...can probably come up with more, but those come right to mind.

Hey, not to hijack the thread, but I did a search and I cannot find any new threads that are offering an outlet for comments on this newly formatted website. Can anyone point me to one, or have none been actually posted....or? Audiogon has pointed to a blog that is strictly informational and does include a link to 'reply' but offers no replies within the blog. Sorry if I'm missing the obvious, but I find this new format very difficult to navigate. I've heard from three friends thus far and all three are less than happy (and I'm being very polite given their responses which is similar to my own) with the new format. I realize it is in Beta, but would like to think they'd be interested in community feedback. Perhaps I'm wrong.
Jax2 - I'm with you on the Beta. In keeping with the spirit of this thread...perhaps less is more?
At 9 minutes and 11 seconds Stevie Ray Vaughn's Tin Pan Alley (Couldn't Stand the Weather CD) is the most awe inspiring slow-smouldering guitar solo you have ever heard! Too bad he did not employ this technique more often.

I went to an Electrocompaniet demonstration at my local dealer where they had Electro's top-of-the-line amp, preamp and CD player mated with with the Wilson Maxx speakers and highest grade of Transpaent cables. The demo track chosen for the evening was SRV's Tin Pan Alley(aka Roughest Place in Town)
I play the guitar and have many versions of Autumn Leaves on guitar. This is the most heartfelt rendition of the song on guitar I have ever heard. BTW, this was an improvisation by Ted Greene (RIP).