This album is a major improvement compared to Two Virgins. There is even the use of real music instruments and there's singing!
Yoko is exploring the possibilities of her voice, while John is trying to figure out how distortion works on his guitar. Yoko is trying to imitate a dying wulf, a kicked dog and a howling cat. There's moments when John and Yoko are almost in tune accidentally! Pure magic. The song is 26 minutes which is a bit short to expect more accidents like that.
No Bed For Beatle John
Yoko is surprising her fans with an à capella song in a Gregorian style. The story is about John giving his hospitalbed to an emergency case when he was there to be with Yoko who had problems with her pregnancy. Well, it's a song. A very bad one, but it's a song.
Five minutes of the sound of John and Yoko's unborn child's heartbeat. The fact that they lost their child due to a miscarriage doesn't make it an enjoyable thing. I'm glad Yoko keeps her mouth shut.
Two Minutes Silence
Best song on the album and it's not even an original idea.
John switching the radio on and off. The thing is a bit long, over twelve minutes. That's twelve minutes too long.
All in all, a waste of production time and talent. And a waste of vinyl.