Masabumi Kikuchi

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Masabumi Kikuchi
Birth name Masabumi Kikuchi
Also known as Poo Sun
Born 19 October 1939
Origin JapanTokyo, Japan
Genres Jazz
Instruments Piano
Associated acts Lionel Hampton
Sonny Rollins
Woody Herman
Mal Waldron
Website Official Site (Japanese)
Fan Site

Masabumi Kikuchi (菊地 雅章 Kikuchi Masabumi?, born 19 October 1939) is a Japanese jazz pianist and composer born in Tokyo, Japan, notable for working with a variety of well-known jazz musicians, such as Lionel Hampton, Sonny Rollins, Woody Herman, Mal Waldron, Joe Henderson, McCoy Tyner, Elvin Jones, Miles Davis, Paul Motian, Billy Harper and Hannibal Peterson.


As leader[edit]

As sideman[edit]

With Pee Wee Ellis

With Gil Evans

With Terumasa Hino

With Helen Merrill

With Paul Motian

With Takeshi Shibuya

With Mal Waldron

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