Jun Senoue, Kenichi Tokoi, and Fumie Kumatani on Sonic Adventure Vocal Mini-Album:
Lazy Days ~Livin’ in Paradise~ …Theme of “Big”
Senoue: Appointing Ted Poley is spot on!! The slide guitar and multipurpose toy percussion are showing a very good taste, aren’t they? It is this kind of melody (laughs), so this song was awfully early until it was produced. For the lyrics … thanks to Kumatani!!
Tokoi: The things like the part of performing the melody in the duo’s dialogues with a single way of singing are professional. For the rest, the drums of this song have been worked hard at. The eyes of Ricky staring at Mr. Kosugi, who instructed while dancing, were very cute. However, he was a drummer of Miles Davis.
Kumatani: I will not forget it. Jon Paris’s sideburns!! I’m fairly certain that the special feeling is stronger for this song, but when I listen to this recently, whyyy do only the sideburns appear in my mind? But it’s a fun song, so I wonder if the sideburns would be all right.
Senoue: Would that … be really all right?