Look Out Cleveland
|"Look Out Cleveland"|
|Song by The Band from the album The Band|
|Released||September 22, 1969|
|The Band track listing|
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"Look Out Cleveland" is the title of the Robbie Robertson-written ninth song listed on The Band's self-titled album, also known as The Brown Album. "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.
"Look Out Cleveland" is featured in the movie A Home at the End of the World, a film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Michael Cunningham. In the film, the song is used in a scene where the two main characters (played by Colin Farrell and Dallas Roberts), are singing along to the song while riding a truck. 
The song was covered by Albert Lee on his album "That's Alright Mama."
- Rick Danko- lead vocal, bass guitar
- Levon Helm- drums, backing vocal
- Garth Hudson- Lowrey organ
- Richard Manuel- acoustic piano, backing vocal
- Robbie Robertson- electric guitar
- ReRiso, N. "Across the Great Divide: The Band, “Look Out Cleveland” from The Band (1969)". Something Else!. Retrieved 2015-05-25.
- "Soundtrack Album: A Home at the End of the World". http://theband.hiof.no/. Retrieved 2008-01-21.[dead link]