On the Avenue: [review taken from Soulstrut: "When beatdiggers usually talk about Ronnie Foster they usually speak about his Two Headed Freap LP, while overlooking On The Avenue. Not only is it a lot easier and cheaper to find, but it’s also a fine peace of Blue Note Soul-Jazz from the mid-1970s. Recorded in New York City, the album was produced by George Benson. Foster and company get right into it with an original called Serenade to A Rock with a laid back, yet funky rhythm held down by Foster’s keys playing. That’s followed by the title track that starts off similarly, but instead of mellowing out like the previous song, begins to sound like Stevie Wonder, which is a good thing. Also worthwhile is Big Farm Boy Goes To A Latin city that has, as the title implies, a Latin feel to it."
1. Sernade to a Rock
2. On the Avenue
3. What Happened to the Sunshine
4. Golden Lady
5. To See a Smile
6. Big Farm Boy Goes to a Latin City
7. First Light