Do You Know Who I Am? is stunning, and an album/session highlight for me. It's almost like a sequel to (or perhaps an alternate take on) Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello. There's more of a story here than in most Elvis songs, and he finds so much depth, so much sadness, so much history in it. It's painfully evocative. It doesn't have the epic feel of Stranger, Suspicious Minds, or Kentucky Rain, but to my ears, it's just as good, and just as meaningful.