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Another Rainy Day in New York City

"Another Rainy Day in New York City"
Single by Chicago
from the album Chicago X
B-side "Hope for Love"
Released June 1976
Format 7"
Genre Ska/ Rock
Length 3:03
Label Columbia
Writer(s) Robert Lamm
Producer(s) James William Guercio
Chicago singles chronology
"Brand New Love Affair (song)"
(1975)
"Another Rainy Day in New York City"
(1976)
"If You Leave Me Now"
(1976)

"Another Rainy Day in New York City" is a song written by Robert Lamm for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Chicago X (1976). The first single released from that album, it reached #32 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and it was a #2 hit on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart.[1] The single, when released, was almost immediately ignored by radio in favor of the album cut "If You Leave Me Now". Due to this, Columbia Records ceased promotion of this single (accounting for its rather low chart placing) and rush-released "If You Leave Me Now" seven weeks after the release of "Another Rainy Day in New York City".

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  1. ^ "Chicago Awards".  

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