Doug Duke was an obscure jazz organist/pianist who operated a little golf club in Charlotte, NY (a suburb of Rochester) in the ’60s and early ’70s. Duke’s golf club attracted a whole lot of experienced golf swing and swing-to-bop music artists (including Coleman Hawkins, Teddy Wilson, Lionel Hampton and Charlie Shavers) aswell as bop, awesome or post bop players like Marian McPartland, Charlie Byrd and Toots Thielemans. When additional organists were becoming influenced from the seminal Jimmy Smith in the ’60s, Duke continuing to favour a excess fat, hard swinging pre-Smith kind of audio that was much like Wild Expenses Davis. The jazzman (who also performed accordion, bassoon and trumpet) was created Ovidio Fernandez in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but he transformed his name to Doug Duke after shifting towards the U.S. Over time, he documented for Decca, Mercury, Phillips and Hampton without getting popular. Duke, who passed away in 1973 at age 53, did a whole lot of taping at his membership, and in 1994, Valley Vue released some of these performances for the two-CD established The Music Area.