"Damo's Last Show" is the most recent Can bootleg I dl'd. Not as good as the ones I gave you but still pretty cool. Only consists on 2 songs- a version of "Soup" which bears little resemblance to the album version (almost sounds like a rearrangement in the "Future Days" style) and a half hour version of "Bel Air". Appropriately, Damo really shines during this show and the rest of guys seem to hang back and let him have the spotlight (probably knew it was his last), which is cool because it makes it unique but I miss Karoli's blistering guitar solos (there's a generous helping of keyboards though). Might be a grower.
Yeah I didn't know about the additional volumes of "Key of Z" either. Definitely worth checking out if you're into the first 2 but not quite as good.
The woman blues comp is awesome. Used to have it on CD and recently picked it up again (Youtube). Old delta blues stuff, features Geeshie Wiley (who did this incredible song from the "Crumb" soundtrack):