Discography

"It’s been said often that one’s reputation is determined by the people one picks as friends and collaborators. If true, then count Anthony Geraci as one well respected musician. In his performance of various piano styles, Geraci presents listeners with a concise history of the piano in American roots music."
Art Tipaldi - Editor, Blues Music Magazine



-Anthony Geraci

*Why Did You Have To Go (Shining Stone) 2108. Featuring: Sugaray Rayford, Sugar Ray Norcia, Michelle "Evil Gal" Willson, Ronnie Earl, Kid Ramos, Monster Mike Welch, Troy Gonyea, Michael Mudcat Ward, Willie J. Campbell, Jimi Bott and others.
Fifty Shades Of Blue (Delta Groove) Nominated for Blues Music Awards by the Blues Foundation - Album of the Year, Traditional Album of the Year, Song of the Year.  Anthony Nominated for the Pinetop Perkins Piano Award
Serendipity  (HugaDog Records)
Wake Up (Independent Release)

-With Little Anthony and the Loco-Motives
Can’t Take It  (Deluge Records)
Don’t Wait On Me (Deluge Records) 


-With Sugar Ray Norcia
Take It From Me (Tone Cool Records)


-With Sugar Ray and the Bluetones
Seeing Is Believing
(Severn) 2016. *10 collective BMA Nominations-including Anthony for the Pinetop Perkins Piano Award.
Blues For Big Walter (Eller Soul) With various Artists. 2016
Living Tear To Tear (Severn) Title song written by Anthony Geraci. 7 BMA Nominations.
Evening (Severn Records)-5 Blues Music Awards: Blues Foundation Memphis, TN
My Life, My Friends, My Music (Severn Records) 2008 W.C. Handy Nomination
Hands Across The Table (Severn Records)
Knockout (Varrick/Rounder Records)
Don’t Stand In My Way (Rounder Records)
Bite The Dust (Baron Records) 45 rpm EP
Boston Blues Blast (Tone Cool Records)

-With Monster Mike Welch
Right Place, Right Time (Delta Groove) Mike Welch/Mike Ledbetter  2017 release
These Blues Are Mine (Tone Cool Records)
Cryin’ Hey! (Dixie Frog Records, France)

-With Sugaray Rayford
Dangerous (Delta Groove)  Also featuring: Kim Wilson, Sugar Ray Norcia, The Mannish Boys


-With Otis Grand
Blues 65  (Maingate)
Nothing Else Matters (Sequel Records-London, England)
Grand Union (Blueside Records- London, England) with Debbie Davies and Anson Funderburgh

-With Ronnie Earl
Healing Time (Telarc Records)

Smokin' (Black Top Records)
They Call Me Mr. Earl (Black Top Records)
Test Of Time (Black Top Records)
Blues Guitar Spotlight (Black Top Records)
Blues In D Natural (Leopard Records) 45 rpm EP


With Others Artists

Rollin’ Into Memphis-The Songs of John Hyatt (Telarc Blues) - Featuring: Tab Benoit, C.J. Chenier, James Cotton, Patty Larkin, Colin Linden, Kenny Neal, Raful Neal, Odetta, Terrance Simien, Chris Smither, Irma Thomas, Kris Wiley, G.E. Smith

What You Got? (Telarc) - Kenny Neal
One Step Closer (Telarc) -Kenny Neal

Tales From the Austin Hotel (Shanachie Records) - Debbie Davies featuring the Double Trouble rhythm section

Super Harps I (Telarc Blues) - 2000 Grammy Nomination - Featuring: Charlie Musselwhite, James Cotton, Billy Branch, Sugar Ray Norcia

Super Harps II (Telarc Blues) - Featuring:  Carey Bell, Snooky Pryor, Lazy Lester, Raful Neal

The Tolono Tapes (Run It Back Records) Kilborn Alley 2017 release

Ice Cream Man (Tone Cool Records) - With John Brim

All The Way Back (M.C. Records) - Big Jack Johnson

Money Road  (Bullseye Blues and Jazz) - The Radio Kings

Travelin’ Light (Deluge Records)  - Zora Young featuring Pinetop Perkins

Too Hot To Handle (Rounder Records) - Duke Robillard and the Pleasure Kings

Bocce Boogie: Live 1978 (Topcat Records) - Big Walter Horton
Little Boy Blue (JSP Records) - Big Walter Horton

Steve Hill (Bros. Records-Montreal, Canada) - Steve Hill

Soul Deep (Rounder Records) - Miki Honeycut

Betty Jean (Blind Pig Records) - The Memphis Rockabilly Band

Where Ya’ At? (Kingsnake Records) - With Jumpin’ Johnny (Sansone) and the Blues Party