Poo-Sun

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Poo-Sun
Poo-Sun-cover.jpg
Studio album by
Released1970
RecordedAugust to September 1970
StudioVictor Studio, New York City
GenreJazz fusion, avant-garde jazz, contemporary jazz
LabelPhilips Records
ProducerMasaharu Honjo
Masabumi Kikuchi chronology
Poo-Sun
(1970)
Jazz Festival With '71 Poll Winners
(1971)

Poo-Sun is the debut solo album by the Japanese jazz pianist Masabumi Kikuchi that was released by Philips Records in 1970. [1]

Track listing[edit]

Recorded at Victor Studio, New York, in August 22 (#1), September 7 (#2, #3, #5) and September 9 (#6), 1970. [2]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Dancing Mist"Masabumi Kikuchi 
2."Thanatos"Masabumi Kikuchi 
3."E.J."Masabumi Kikuchi 
4."Yellow Carcass In The Blue"Masabumi Kikuchi 
5."Puzzle Ring"Masahiro Kikuchi 
6."My Companion"Masabumi Kikuchi 

Credits[edit]


  • Masaharu Honjo – producer
  • Yoshihisa Tomabechi – engineer, mixed by
  • Shigo Yamaguchi – design (cover)
  • Hiroshi Sato – photography by (cover)
  • Ichiro Shimizu – photography by (inside)
  • Masahiro Kikuchi – composer (#5)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Poo-Sun". 1970. Retrieved 14 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Poo-Sun". 1970. Retrieved 14 November 2018.