Jimmy Tigges and Chris Willemsen pretended to have music. From pop to rock, from the top hit croon of "Summertime" to "Crying." In a long associative dialogue, they attack it with difficulty. They try to be funny, exceeding the limits of the banter and stabbing the dragon language with unsavory presence. In many instances, you would like to add something yourself, because you are also witty. In short, By the Turners will make your ears tingle when you read it. So, readers who are not music enthusiasts, relax on a sofa of your choice, uncork a naughty Prosecco, take some thin slices of prosciutto and browse through the most associative record collections of the world.