Tasmania is the unlikely setting for 'Music For Librarians'. It's unlikely - not because Tasmania is rarely looked on as a hotbed of talent - but because Anthony Rochester's writing style is evocative of sensitive singer-songwriter types who were traditionally signed to Cherry Red Records and whose singles had more than a soupcon of French pop flavour added to them. Rochester may sing in the bored manner of someone with little to do in the afternoons ('Waiting And Discovery' features the line "Another day is wasted. Don't know what to do.") but he has heart and can certainly pen a good tune. Sometimes he doesn't need to rely on his fine lyricism; the instrumental 'Happiness' shares with The Montgolfier Brothers a penchant for old fashioned melody. Yet better still are the lush pop arrangements he creates; 'Emotional Song No. 2' being the most poignant offering. Taken as a whole, 'Music For Librarians' gives voice to those feelings of always intending to make the most of our lives but somehow never quite getting round to it.