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Dateline: Events/Week of September 15, 1992 In News, Pop Culture, Tech, Celebrity, Entertainment & Fascinating Facts

 

In The News

Germany helps the U.S. dollar abroad by cutting back interest rates this week. The move sends the Dow up over 70 points.

Ross Perot threatens to re-enter the Presidential race to force President Bush and Gov. Bill Clinton to address the runaway federal budget.

In France – voters approve ratification of the Maasricht Treaty on European economic and political union.

Democratic presidential nominee Bill Clinton now faces new questions about the extent of his efforts to avoid the Vietnam draft. He disputes a new report that he sought special treatment as he tried to avoid the draft by calling on the office of then Sen. William Fulbright, an Arkansas Democrat. 

On “Meet the Press” this week, Vice President Dan Quayle acknowledges that joining the National Guard in 1969 sharply reduced his chances of being drafted away to Vietnam.

 

Technology news – September 15, 1992

Sony introduces the first-ever CD-ROM player The PIX-100, which will sell for around $1000, plays standard PC-compatible CD-Rom discs as well as CD-ROM discs developed using the XA or “extended architecture” platform. And it plays standard audio CD’s.

 

Radio news – September 15, 1992

Freddie Colon is out at WQHT (Hot 97).

 

Television news – September 15, 1992

Beginning late October, CBS says it will give TV stations more room over their airtime during the “CBS This Morning” program. Stations will be allowed to break for 12-minutes of each hour to provide local news – triple the four minutes now allotted.

CBS debuts the Canadian comedy troupe “Kids In The Hall.”

 

Wednesday night television listings/TV guide – September 15, 1992

CBS – The Hot Squad, 48 Hours

NBC – Unsolved Mysteries, Seinfeld, Law & Order, Tonight Show

ABC – Full House, Home Improvement, Home Improvement, Coach, Crossroads, Nightline

Fox – Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place

PBS – Live From Lincoln Center, Latin Jazz in New York

 

On the Tonight Show – Will Smith and Steven Weber guest.

 

Music news – September 15, 1992

Look for “Songs of George Harrison 2” – a sequel to the first book of surreal and fanciful drawings by Keith West accompanying hand-lettered transcripts of Harrison’s writings.

Bruce Springsteen is confirmed to appear on “MTV Unplugged” broadcast in November.

 

Top Country Hit Music Singles – September 15, 1992

Loves Got A Hold On You – Alan Jackson

Warning Labels – Doug Stone

Could’ve Been me – Billy Ray Cyrus

In This Life – Collin Raye

I Wouldn’t Have It Any Other Way – Aaron Tipin

You And Forever And Me – Little Texas

Nowhere Bound – Diamond Rio

Whatcha Gonna Do With A Cowboy – Chris Ledoux

So Much Like My Dad – George Straight

What Kind of Love – Rodney Crowell

 

Top Jazz – September 15, 1992

Here’s to Life – Shirley Horn

Blue Interlude – Wynton Marsalis Septet

Goin’ Back To New Orleans – Dr John

All The Way – Jimmy Scott

Haunted Heart – Charlie-Haden Quartet West

 

Top Contemporary Jazz – September 15, 1992

Secret Story – Pat Metheny

Doo Bop – Miles Davis

Cool – Bob James/Earl Klugh

Weekend in Monaco – The Rippingtons 

Upfront – David Sanborn

Heaven and Earth – Al Jarreau

 

Top rap hit singles – September 15, 1992

Mic checka – Das Efx

People Everyday – Arrested Development

360 Degrees (What Goes Around) – Grand Puba

Here It Comes/Back To The Grill – MC Serch

Welcome To The Ghetto – Apice 1

Jus Lyke Compton – DJ Quik

Ever So Clear – Bushwick Bill

Ghetto Red Hot – Super Cat

Hollywood Paradox – The College Boyz

Jump Around – House of Pain

 

Top Modern Rock Music Tracks – September 15, 1992

Not Enough Time – INXS

Digging In The Dirt – Peter Gabriel

Tomorrow – Morrissey

Jeremy – Pearl Jam

Blood Makes Noise – Suzanne Vega

Seen the Doctor – Michael Penn

Poison Heart – The Ramones

You Don’t Understand – House of Love

Dyslexic Heart – Paul Westerberg

A Small Victory – Faith No More

A Letter To Elise – The Cure

 

Top pop music albums  – September 15, 1992

Unplugged – Eric Clapton

Same Gave All – Billy Ray Cyrus

Beyond the Season – Garth Brooks

Boomerang – Soundtrack

Bobby – Bobby Brown

Temple of the Dog – Temple of the Dog

Totally Krossed Out – Kris Kross

What’s The 411? – Mary J. Blige

Adrenalize – Def Leppard

The One – Elton John

3 Years 5 Months & 2 Days In The Life Of… - Arrested Development

Blood Sugar Sex Magik – Red Hot Chill Peppers

Countdown to Extinction – Megadeth

Singles – Soundtrack

Ropin’ The Wind – Garth Brooks

Amused To Death – Roger Waters

No Fences – Garth Brooks

MTV Unplugged – Mariah Carey

 

Top pop hit music singles(top-40) – September 15, 1992

Stay – Shakespeare’s Sister

End of the Road -  Boyz II Men

Humpin’ Around – Bobby Brown

Baby-Baby-Baby – TLC

Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough – Patty Smyth

Jump Around – House of Pain

Just Another Day – Jon Secada

She’s Playing Hard To Get – Hi-Five

Giving Him Something He Can Feel – En Vogue

Please Don’t Go – K.W.S.

The One – Elton John

Movie This – Technotronic Feat. Ya Kid K

This Used To Be My Playground - Madonna  

Do I Have to Say The Words? – Bryan Adams

All I Want – Toad the West Sprocket

People Everyday – Arrested Development

When I Look Into Your Eyes – Firehouse

Life Is A Highway – Tom Cochrane

Baby Got Back – Sir Mix-A-Lot

I Wanna Love You – Jade

Jesus He Knows Me – Genesis

 

Top hit music singles in Britain – September 15, 1992

Rhythm Is A Dancer – Snap

Baker Street – Undercover

Ebeneezer Goode – The Shamen

The Best Things In Life Are Free – Luther Vandross & Janet Jackson

Achy Breaky Heart – Billy Ray Cyrus

Just Another Day – Jon Secada

Too Much Love Will Kill You – Brian May

It’s My Life – Dr. Alban

 

Top exercise videos – September 15, 1992

Buns of Steel With Greg Smithey

Kathy Smith’s Step Workout

Richard Simmons: Sweatin’ To The Oldies

Jane Fonda’s Lower Body Solution

Cherfitness: A New Attitude

Buns of Steel 2: Step Workout

Calanetics

Bus of Steel 3 With Tamilee Webb

Step Reebok: The Video

 

Top movies – September 15, 1992

Sneakers

Honeymoon in Vegas

Unforgiven

Pet Sematary 2

Single White Female

Death Becomes Her

Rapid Fire

A League of Their Own

Twin Peaks

3 Ninjas

Sister Act

Hellraiser III

Wind

 
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