While some copies of this European album (Point Productions, 1991) credit Dorsey Dodd, others, like my cassette copy, contain no credits of any kind other than the record label.
Many of the tracks on 20 Golden Hammond Hits were originally released on the Vedette label in Italy in the late 1960s and early '70s under Dodd's name, one of the half dozen or so pseudonyms used by keyboardist Francesco Anselmo.
There is certainly a wide spectrum of styles on this release, ranging from pseudo R&B to space age pop tracks that sometimes veer dangerously close to Ken Griffin/skating rink sounds, like this version of Tea for Two.
Tea for Two
Although 20 Golden Hammond Hits isn't available per se as a download there are a number of Dorsey Dodd albums, including many of the tracks from Golden Hammond Hits, listed on iTunes and elsewhere. These are being marketed by the original Vedette label so the quality should be reasonably good. The best source for Hammond Hits on CD is probably thrift stores as the album was sold in Wal-Mart and similar outlets.
Here's Francesco Anselmo, this time using the name Cesco Anselmo, with Chocolate Beat, taken from a 1969 Italian LP of library music.