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A cassette tape produced by Love Song Productions (LSP-001). A "sampler" of songs winning The Pegasus Awards from 1984 to 1993.* The information here is copied from the liner notes. The format used here is

Title
  Author [or lyricist / composer]; year and category of award; playing time(min:sec)

(In the listing summary that shows on the outside of the closed box, the sides are called 1 and 2.)



  • Side A (36:18)
    1. The Wind from Rainbow's End
      • Bill Roper; 1988 Best; 3:35
    2. God Lives on Terra
      • Julia Ecklar; 1992 Best; 4:54
    3. Velveteen
      • Kathy Mar; 1991 Love; 3:20
    4. Weekend-Only World
      • T. J. Burnside Clapp; 1990 Fannish; 4:24
    5. Lightsailor
      • Barry Childs-Helton; 1993 Space; 4:41
    6. Witnesses Waltz
      • Leslie Fish; 1986 Best; 2:51
    7. Ian the Grim
      • Clif Flynt; 1987 Ose; 4:42
    8. Return of the King, Uh-huh
      • Tom Smith; 1992 Crossover; 2:17
    9. Lullaby for a Weary World
      • T. J. Burnside Clapp; 1990 Best; 5:02
  • Side B (36:24)
    1. Daddy's Little Girl
      • Julia Ecklar; 1990 Literary; 5:08
    2. Wind's Four Quarters
      • Mercedes Lackey / Leslie Fish; 1989 Fantasy; 3:31
    3. Dawson's Christian
      • Duane Elms; 1989 Best; 4:36
    4. A Boy and His Frog
      • Tom Smith; 1991 Best; 3:50
    5. Rainbow Connection*
      • Paul Williams & Kenney Ascher; ___; 3:08
    6. Temper of Revenge
      • Julia Ecklar; 1991 War; 4:03
    7. Hope Eyrie
      • Leslie Fish; 1984 Best; 4:34
    8. Do It Yourself
      • Bill Sutton; 1989 Techie; 3:10
    9. Harbors
      • Anne Passovoy; 1987 Best; 3:20

* "Rainbow Connection did not win an award, but is the fitting companion piece to A Boy and His Frog that Tom usually performs." (from the liner)

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