Here's another complaint that some folks might make, though I don't think it's fair: The interpretations in Hunka won't really put anybody in mind of Elvis. Rather, Presley's to be found in the singularly odd fact that a show like this can exist in the first place. It's in the way so many of the songs come on like kind-hearted jokes, happily taking the piss out of the whole affair, before King pulls out that breathtakingly sincere "In the Ghetto." You think: What the hell? I've just been moved to tears by had a genuine emotional experience with a piece of absolute, trivial, cheese-ball garbage!It's not a fair complaint, because that's the heart and soul of the Elvis Experience itself.