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Luke Horimoto

Originally from Vancouver, Canada. I am a 20-something composer, arranger and saxophone player. After spending 7 years in Montréal I find myself currently based in the Middle East. When not traveling or trying to get some rest, I spend my time writing music for my 19-member jazz ensemble; Fat Kid Big Band. In my free time, I try to exercise, cook, learn about other cultures and attempt to make sense out of the world that we inhabit.

New Beginnings

Label: Spectra Jazz
Released: 2018
Track listing: 1. Bustin' My Ass 2. La Bella Ragazza 3. Jon's Advice 4. Love Never Felt so Good 5. The Knight of Cairo 6. In the Stone 7. Adieu Montréal 8. Monty & The Fox 9. A Better Tomorrow

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fat Kid Big Band: New Beginnings

Read "New Beginnings" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Note to Montreal's Fat Kid Big Band: If you really want to make a favorable first impression on your audience, move the opening track on New Beginnings, “Bustin' My Ass," and replace it with any of the album's five instrumental numbers. Nothing personal, and no disrespect meant to singer Othniel PF, but why would a big ...


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