Perennial ComFest favorites The Floorwalkers hit the Gazebo Stage Friday night. In anticipation, guitarist Kerry Henderson tells Alive what albums he's obsessed with.

Perennial ComFest favorites The Floorwalkers hit the Gazebo Stage Friday night. In anticipation, guitarist Kerry Henderson tells Alive what albums he's obsessed with.

Beirut, "Elephant Gun EP"

I normally wouldn't consider ukuleles and accordions to be epic instruments. I stand corrected. Beirut weaves songs around single riffs intertwined in catchy horns and Zach Condon's eloquent voice. I'm enamored with their penchant for all things gypsy and European. This short EP has been in heavy rotation.

The Beatles, "Magical Mystery Tour"

This one has been a staple for me since childhood, and it only gets better as I get older. Though half the songs on this record are a collection of British-released singles, it works. To this day, it blows my mind what they were able to do with only four tracks (and full-time drug habits). This album just makes a long summer drive really come together for me.

The Band, "Music from Big Pink"

Bob Dylan really knew how to pick a backing band, huh? And it shows they picked up a thing or two from good old Bobby. They have such a loose sound that, upon further examination, turns out to be incredible musicality. And with each listen, I pick up on more and more within the lyrics. Not to mention that I've been listening to Robbie Robertson's guitar playing from day one.

Stevie Wonder, "Innervisions"

"Living for the City," are you kidding me? This stuff is ridiculously funky, and catchy. And then I listen to words - dear Lord. I didn't even need the lyrics to be good to love this record, but they are, and I do. Game, set, match.

Andrew Bird, "Noble Beast"

I can't help but be sucked in by Bird's orchestral crescendos and tongue-in-cheek delivery. Plus, big words that rhyme are always fun! The meandering of tracks like "Anonanimal" roll from pulsing, plucking violins to near hip-hop and back again. He definitely has a mild case of musical ADD, but it also takes one to know one.