1992 - recording at Paisley Park
Pål moves to New York, U.S.A.
6 Magne is at Galleri Tvedestrand to frame his last paintings and to prepare for his exhibition. He chose Tvedestrand for his second exhibition as this is the place Kjell Nupen has his studio.
"The Blood That Moves The Body (The Gun Mix)" is released in Germany.
7-29 At Galleri Tvedestrand (ownded by Rune Hansebraten) in Tvedestrand, Norway, Magne exhibits around 50 graphics and drawings with the theme "Animals and Sexuality". A series of the pictures are entitled "Private view" I-IV and several drawings show little monsters called "Diavolino". All of the pictures are up for sale. The mayor of Tvedestrand is one of the first to buy one of the paintings.
10 Morten and Silje Nergaard arrive at Berlin airport in Germany. They perform "Where You Are" on the German TV show "Elf 99" in Berlin. In the evening they fly to Munich.
11 In Munich, Morten and Silje record "Where You Are" for the childrens' German TV show "Disney Club" (broadcast 30 May). After this Morten and Silje are interviewed for "Bravo" magazine and then Morten flies back to London.
16 The film music "Kamilla og tyven" is released in Norway.
18 Morten attends a press conference at the Bristol hotel in Oslo. The press conference has been organised to coincide with the release of the film music and videos for "Kamilla og tyven". Morten's contract with Warner prevented this music from being released before now. Ragnar Bjerkreim composed the music, Oslo Filharmonien and the Film Symphony Orchestra of Praha collaborated on the record and Morten sings the ballad "Kamilla og Sebastian".
19 News spreads that Morten has sung a whole album in Norwegian.
21 "Dagbladet" prints an exclusive interview with Morten.
30 "The Blood That Moves The Body (The Gun Mix)", produced and remixed by Alan Tarney, is released in the UK; it doesn't make the UK Top 75. The video for which is the same as that which was released in 1988 with the new version over dubbed.
10.-16 During this week, Morten and Silje's voices can be heard when calling the "Bravo-telephone".
1 A concert organised by WWF takes place at Oslo Konserthus to welcome Prince Philip, the president of WWF, to Oslo. Morten Harket and Dollie De Luxe are amongst the performing artists.
The Museum of the Moving Images in London opens a new 5 month long exhibition on music videos. "Take On Me" is amongst the 100 videos which are shown. Also a recorded interview with Morten is shown, he states how important the video was for their break through.
1 In Aker Brugge, Oslo, Morten opens the restaurant "Figaro". Morten and the former Plaza manager, Ole Andersen, own the restaurant which has been named after the opera "Figaro's wedding". It is designed to not only be a place to eat, but also a cultural meeting place where the guests can expect musical and lyrical entertainment. Morten has made an agreement with "Den Norske Opera" to give young talented opera students the opportunity to play at Figaro's. On the first night, he sings accompanied by a British harpist (?).
5 At "Figaro" restaurant in Oslo, Morten and Sigvart Dagsland enter the stage and perform two songs, "All I Have To Do Is Dream" and "You've Got A Friend" to entertain the guests. Some restaurant "testers" from "VG" are present and a restaurant review is printed the next day.
8 Magne marries Heidi Rydjord in their garden in Nesøya, Oslo. The priest is Bjørn Eidsvåg and their son Thomas is pageboy.
21 "Dagbladet" prints a restaurant review about "Figaro".
22 At the Momarkedet Festival in Mysen, Morten again sings "Bridge Over Troubled Water". The festival is broadcast on Tv Norge.
The two Norwegian magazines "Allers" and "Det Nye" feature long interviews with Morten and the "Zodiak" prints a feature on Magne.
17 At the 33rd Industrial Film and Video Congress in Rotterdam the English version of the Norwegian video "Solenergi" is third in the category "educational purpose". Harald N. Røstvik was the initialiser of the video and wrote the manuscript with producer Vigdis Nielsen. It is a video about oil being an environment polluter and solar energy offered as a solution for environmental problems. Frederic Hauge acts in the video, the music comes from Chris Rea and Mari Boine Persen, while Morten is the narrator.
15? For the 30th anniversary of James Bond, two versions of "The best of James Bond" album are released. One is a limited edition (200-300 copies) double album with some bonus material and the other is a regular album with the 19 title tracks of the films so far.
Magne is exhibits six new black and red paintings at Steinerskolen in Nesbru for two days.
1 Magne spends his birthday with his family in Norway.
Leif O. Holstad, manager of the "Marita stiftelsen" (an organisation against the use of drugs and who travels around in Norway to show a film called "Marita" showing how dangerous drugs are), wants to shoot a new film to include newer aspects of drug consumption. For this reason he interviews Terry Slater,
9 A short interview with Morten is shown on the French teenage show "Y'a pas d'lezard" ("MTV").
During the winter, Morten meets poet Håvard Rem for dinner at his brother's (Håkon) house. Håkon had worked with Håvard on some books, amongst them a translation of lyrics by Leonard Cohen.