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Taylor Swift has spoken of feeling shamed in to staying away from romance after having her relationship history publicly mocked but as a celebrity, does she have a right to a private life?

Sarah Cuda THE WANDERING HEARTSWild Silence (Decca)There’s an appealing rawness to this debut.

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JEFF LYNNE’S ELOWembley Or Bust (Sony)Recorded at Wembley Stadium in June, this CD/ DVD celebrates ELO’s flawless blend of pop and classical.

Rockaria has some suitably operatic flourishes, while the overblown 10538 Overture was the template for Oasis’s Be Here Now.

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Singer Richard Jobson is a galvanising presence, while Bruce Watson wisely avoids trying to emulate the angular guitar sounds of the late Stuart Adamson.

With the band now back on tour, this is a distinguished return THE ROLLING STONESOn Air (Polydor)'Our policy is to produce an authentic Chicago R&B sound,’ said the Stones to the BBC in 1963, and these early radio sessions are steeped in the blues.

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