Live at the Murat

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Live at the Murat
Live album by Umphrey's McGee
Released October 16, 2007 (US)
Recorded April 2007
Genre Progressive rock
Label SCI Fidelity
Producer Umphrey's McGee
Umphrey's McGee chronology
The Bottom Half
Live at the Murat
Jimmy Stewart 2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[2]

Live at the Murat is the fourth live album by progressive rock band Umphrey's McGee, recorded over Easter Weekend at the Murat Centre's Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, Indiana. The album was released October 16, 2007. The album contains favorites such as "Push the Pig", "The Triple Wide", "In the Kitchen", "Nothing Too Fancy", and "Padgett's Profile."

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
No. Title Music Length
1. "In the Kitchen (Acoustic structure)" Brendan Bayliss, Jake Cinninger 4:09
2. "Acoustic Improvisation" Umphrey's McGee 5:01
3. "Electric Improvisation" Joel Cummins, Ryan Stasik 8:02
4. "In the Kitchen (Electric structure)" Bayliss, Cinninger 2:17
5. "Higgins" Bayliss, Cinninger, Cummins 9:17
6. "The Fuzz" Bayliss, Cinninger, Cummins 8:56
7. "Nothing Too Fancy (End)" Cinninger 5:59
8. "Ringo" Cinninger, Stasik 4:42
9. "Hajimemashite" Bayliss, Stasik 5:10
10. "Ringo" Cinninger, Stasik 5:09
11. "Eat" Cinninger 4:31
Disc two
No. Title Music Length
1. "40's Theme" Cinninger 8:59
2. "The Triple Wide" Cinninger, Cummins, Farag, Stasik 11:51
3. "Angular Momentum" Cinninger, Myers 2:55
4. "Push the Pig" Bayliss, Cinninger, Cummins, Stasik 10:58
5. "Out of Order" Bayliss, Cummins, Mirro, Stasik 8:58
6. "White Man's Moccasins" Bayliss, Cinninger, Cummins 12:06
7. "Padgett's Profile" Cinninger 12:48

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Provider(s) Peak
Certification Sales/
Billboard Top Heatseekers (U.S.)[3][not in citation given] Billboard 8 Not certified N/A
Billboard Top Independent Albums (U.S.)[3][not in citation given] 37



  1. ^ Ruhlman, William. Umphrey's McGee: Live at the Murat at AllMusic. Retrieved March 18, 2015.
  2. ^ Fricke, David (November 1, 2007). "Live at the Murat". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on November 8, 2009. Retrieved March 18, 2015. 
  3. ^ a b Umphrey's McGee Artist Chart Position at Billboard