While Ray Charles has also recorded this, let us not forget Charles Brown, who was an early influence on Brother Ray.
Big Bill Broonzy did this as hear here.
Robert Lockwood had a fondness for Leroy Carr as did most folks of his generation. Here he is playing his 12 string guitar and singing this classic.
Big Joe Turner did a nice rendition of this.
Here is Jimmy Witherspoon with a band that included Jay McShann on piano and was led by former Basie-ite, Budddy Tate.
Here is Ella Fitzgerald singing it for Decca Records,
Here is a Count Basie trio recording of this classic.
Here is Big Joe Williams and his 9-string guitar.
Here is Ernestine Anderson with Milt Jackson and others.
Then there is Gary Clark Jr. at the White House doing it.
Then there is Yusef Lateef's recording on the oboe.
I could include many more renditions, but here is a ringer to close this post with. I wonder if the Carr estate gets royalties for Robert Johnson's recording, Love in Vain, that uses Carr's music.