"Look Out Cleveland" is the title of the Robbie Robertson-written song on The Band's self-titled album, also known as The Brown Album. The song begins with a boogie-woogie blues riff by pianist Richard Manuel followed by lead singer Rick Danko warning -- "Look out Cleveland, storm is coming through, And it’s runnin’ right up on you". However the Cleveland referenced in the song is not Cleveland, Ohio but likely Cleveland, Texas, a suburb of Houston which is mentioned in the next verse -- "Look out, Houston, there’ll be thunder on the hill...". "Look Out Cleveland" differs from most of the songs on The Band's first two albums in that is more influenced by urban blues music than by rural music. According to music critic Nick DeRiso, Elton John's early song "Take Me to the Pilot" appears to b

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  • «Look Out Cleveland» es una canción del grupo norteamericano The Band, publicada en el álbum de estudio The Band (1969). La canción fue compuesta por Robbie Robertson. La canción fue incluida en la banda sonora de A Home at the End of the World, una película basada en la novela homónima de Michael Cunningham. En la película, la canción aparece en una escena donde los dos principales personajes, interpretados por Colin Farrell y Dallas Roberts, cantan juntos mientras conducen un camión. (es)
  • "Look Out Cleveland" is the title of the Robbie Robertson-written song on The Band's self-titled album, also known as The Brown Album. The song begins with a boogie-woogie blues riff by pianist Richard Manuel followed by lead singer Rick Danko warning -- "Look out Cleveland, storm is coming through, And it’s runnin’ right up on you". However the Cleveland referenced in the song is not Cleveland, Ohio but likely Cleveland, Texas, a suburb of Houston which is mentioned in the next verse -- "Look out, Houston, there’ll be thunder on the hill...". "Look Out Cleveland" differs from most of the songs on The Band's first two albums in that is more influenced by urban blues music than by rural music. According to music critic Nick DeRiso, Elton John's early song "Take Me to the Pilot" appears to be influenced by this song. (en)
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  • «Look Out Cleveland» es una canción del grupo norteamericano The Band, publicada en el álbum de estudio The Band (1969). La canción fue compuesta por Robbie Robertson. La canción fue incluida en la banda sonora de A Home at the End of the World, una película basada en la novela homónima de Michael Cunningham. En la película, la canción aparece en una escena donde los dos principales personajes, interpretados por Colin Farrell y Dallas Roberts, cantan juntos mientras conducen un camión. (es)
  • "Look Out Cleveland" is the title of the Robbie Robertson-written song on The Band's self-titled album, also known as The Brown Album. The song begins with a boogie-woogie blues riff by pianist Richard Manuel followed by lead singer Rick Danko warning -- "Look out Cleveland, storm is coming through, And it’s runnin’ right up on you". However the Cleveland referenced in the song is not Cleveland, Ohio but likely Cleveland, Texas, a suburb of Houston which is mentioned in the next verse -- "Look out, Houston, there’ll be thunder on the hill...". "Look Out Cleveland" differs from most of the songs on The Band's first two albums in that is more influenced by urban blues music than by rural music. According to music critic Nick DeRiso, Elton John's early song "Take Me to the Pilot" appears to b (en)
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