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Gettin' Funky | Music Crossroads of Texas


This week on the Music Crossroads of Texas, Curtis Peoples presents a full hour of some of the best funk music from West Texas. You will hear double shots of music from, the Soul Patrol, San Angelo’s Tortilla Factory, as well as some singles from Jane Doe, the Motifs, and many more.


  1. Funky Love - Jane Doe
  2. Funky Stuff - Sweetleaf with Junior Medlow
  3. What is Hip - Al Gomez feat. Tony Mac & Bobby Sparks
  4. Love Rustler - Delbert McClinton
  5. Do It - Delbert McClinton
  6. Funky Mama - The Cavaliers
  7. Do the Sissy - Jesse Taylor
  8. Slim Jenkins Joint - Jesse Taylor
  9. Mr. Magic - Tortilla Factory
  10. Cookin' - Tortilla Factory
  11. Cold Sweat - Junior Medlow
  12. Boarwalkin' - The Ohio Players with Jimmy Sampson
  13. Peter Pan - Soul Patrol
  14. Don't Knock the Cop - Soul Patrol
  15. Baby You Got It - The Motifs
Curtis Peoples, Ph.D., is the Archivist for the Southwest Music Archive and oversees the Crossroads Recording Studio for the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library at Texas Tech University. He is a musician who has worked in the music business for four decades, numerous recording studios, and has been a production manager for many events. Dr. Peoples teaches regional music history classes and American media studies; his research centers on music and place.