Between November 4 and November 25 1968, Yoko Ono and John Lennon were at the Queen Charlotte Maternity Hospital in London, UK due to complications whereby Yoko would require an emergency blood transfusion. The couple were holed up in a hospital room for three weeks where unfortunately, Yoko had a miscarriage.
During this time, John had brought his acoustic guitar and recorded some material for an upcoming John/Yoko experimental event. Included in the collection is "No Bed For Beatle John" with Yoko reciting newpaper headlines and articles relating to recent Beatle activities.This would appear on the John/Yoko LP "Life With the Lions" opening side two. This is followed by a baby's hearbeat and then two minutes of silence. Finally, the last track "Radio Play" is a radio dial being "played" by John whereby he would turn the dial and get a millisecond of sound from the radio - back and forth.
A medley of songs was also recorded for a flexi disc issued with "Aspen" magazine #7 including the titles : "Song for John/Let's go On Flying/ Snow is Falling All The Time/ Mummy's Only Looking For her Hand In the Snow". There is also a John and Yoko duet guitar/voice rendition of "Don't Worry Kyoko" as a bonus track on the CD "Wedding Album" version recorded during this time. Also included as a bonus track on the CD "Wedding Album" is another piece from this time frame entitled "Mulberry" consisting of Yoko mouthing the words in her various styles while John plucks at a guitar.