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Whatever and Ever Amen is the second album from Ben Folds Five, released in March 1997. The album was recorded in a 2-story house in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The ninth track, "Steven's Last Night in Town" was written about Steven Short, a Grammy-Award winning record producer and personal friend of Ben Folds. A demo of the song was recorded in 1996, and this version was later released in 2011 as a part of Ben Folds' "Fifty-Five Vault," a collection of previously rare demos and live recordings.

Tyler Rembold – Rubato

Self filmed edits are a very hard thing to pull off, though I think Tyler Rembold could give some of the best a run for their money. This dude has a dope style and a good eye for spots, my kind of rider.

“Whatever and Ever Amen is the second album from Ben Folds Five, released in March 1997. The album was recorded in a 2-story house in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The ninth track, “Steven’s Last Night in Town” was written about Steven Short, a Grammy-Award winning record producer and personal friend of Ben Folds. A demo of the song was recorded in 1996, and this version was later released in 2011 as a part of Ben Folds’ “Fifty-Five Vault,” a collection of previously rare demos and live recordings.”