.Prosecute a woman
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Random information on the term “SUE”:
Sue Records was also the name of a Louisiana-based record company which owned Jewel Records (Shreveport record label).
Sue Records (“The Sound of Soul”) was an American record label founded by Henry ‘Juggy’ Murray and Bobby Robinson in 1957. Subsidiaries on the label were Symbol Records, Crackerjack Records, Broadway Records and Eastern Records. Sue also financed and distributed A.F.O. Records owned by Harold Battiste in New Orleans.
In 1957, Juggy Murray partnered with Bobby Robinson to create Sue Records in New York City. The label’s first release was “Vengeance (Will Be Mine)” by the Matadors later that year. Sue’s first hit record came in 1958 with “Itchy Twitchy Feeling” by Bobby Hendricks which peaked at #25 on the Billboard Hot 100. Success continued into the sixties with a handful of singles by R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner between 1960 and 1962. “Mockingbird” by brother-and-sister duo Inez and Charlie Foxx was a hit on the subsidiary label Symbol in 1963. Sue also had hits on the charts with “Stick Shift” by the Duals, “Hurt by Love” by Inez Foxx and “That’s How Heartaches Are Made” by Justine “Baby” Washington. Sue also released early recordings by the soul singer Don Covay and albums by the soul-jazz organist Jimmy McGriff. Guitarist Jimi Hendrix signed his first recording contract with Sue in 1965, but no recordings were released.