I woke up early in the morning and went to the other members' room. My room had a bedroom with a twin bed, plus a living room and a kitchen. The other members' were a triple room and a twin room, with a huge living room and a big beranda, and a balcony.
The condominium was a property of the production company we had contracted with for a while long time ago, and it was conveniently located.
I rang a bell, and Mita came out at door. He completed music for the song "Uragoe."
No one seemed to write music for the lyrics called "Hitori Hokai" [Collapsed by Oneself]. There was a guitar in the living room, so I picked it up and make a music with it for myself.
There was a big merit for all the members staying the same place. For example, Shimizu transcribed "Umaretate No Hana" [A Newly Born Flower] very quickly. He took only two hours for doing it in the morning. Incredibly efficient.
At 11 o'clock, we moved to the studio by taxi. It costed $10. This time we recorded compositions mainly. "A Newly Born Flower," "Yuugata No Iesu" [Twilight Affirmation], and "Uragoe."
We finished the session in the evening. I took dinner with my family and Kenji at cacio e vino. We took pizza.
And that's how the session ended. It was a short period of time but very important three days for the band. Now almost a year has passed, and finally we could listen to the final product.
Sakaide Masami, Sato Masaharu, and Mita Freeman.