This excellent orchestra turns out to be almost the only one to have recorded this tune (full title: Just Because You're You, That's Why I Love You), so I'm delighted to present it in a third posting. During the 20's, Don Bestor led one of the hottest bands around, the Benson Orchestra of Chicago. In the 1930's, however, like most orchestras, he evoluated towards a sweeter style. This lovely record was made -in 1932. Vocal by Neil Buckley. Further personnel included: Don Bestor, piano and leader; Jack Forsythe, clarinet and alto saxophone; Floyd Griswold and Eugene Huls, banjo; John Hibner, alto saxophone; Walter Payne, alto and baritone saxophone; Joe Quartell, trombone; Ray Raymond, cornet; Ray Rohle, drums; James Roth, bass brass; Guy Shrigley, clarinet and tenor saxophone, as well as Charles Yontz, trumpet.