Family Planting (2011) An earth-friendly vision of family love for those who want more.

I'll Be There With You (2011) Gee at his finest, including original songs , new improvisations, never-recorded concert favorites (such as “Pursuit,” “Water is Wide,” and “Too Many Tomatoes”), and new versions of his classics “Ohio” and “Beauty.”

What a Body Knows (2009) A radical approach to healing our cultural obsessions with food, sex, and spirit.

discoveries (2003) Geoffrey plays solo piano standards and open improvisations, encompassing moods from jovial to serene, in styles ranging from dreamy impressionism to hard-grooving jazz.

Plectrum V2 A 12GB virtual instrument library featuring sounds that are made by strumming, tapping, scraping, plucking and striking a wide variety of prepared instruments and familiar materials, and transformed into beautiful, playable keyboard instruments. Learn more >>

Nietzsche's Dancers (2006) A lively, original analysis of the dance images in Nietzsche’s writing and their influence on the dance practices and philosophies of two American modern dancers. Concert at Lowell Hall (1998) This recording captures Geoffrey live, in concert at Harvard University, as his music emerges in the instant of improvisation. Compelling themes and haunting melodies unfold through beautiful harmonies alive with spontaneous exuberance.
Between Dancing and Writing (2004) An explanation of why scholars and philosophers of religion have not acknowledged dance as a medium for religious experience and expression, and a case for why they should.

excursions (2001) Piano and drums meet and meld, challenge and submit, frolic and romp in this duo performance by Geoffrey Gee and percussionist, Russ Gold.

fingerprints (1994) Keyboard Magazine describes this solo piano collection as "Serious, passionate, solo piano, beautifully recorded and very listenable...the sense of rubato and the touch have a classical inspiration...Satie in the more withdrawn moments, Moussorgsky in the darker rumbles."