|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||You Can Lay Your Head On My Shoulder (Love Lights)||2||Audio||1982||Jive|
|2||Love Lights (You Can Lay Your Head On My Shoulder)||2||Audio||1982||Old Town Records|
|3||You Can Lay Your Head On My Shoulder (Love Lights)||2||Audio||1982||Jive|
|4||Love Lights (You Can Lay Your Head On My Shoulder)||2||Audio||1982||Old Town Records|
[a=Rob Temple] formed the group Conway & Temple, which performed with Evelyn “Champagne” King, TS Monk, Fonda Rae, The Strikers, Marc Sadane and the Garden State Record Pool. They were one of the first artists signed to Jive Records. Conway & Temple's 1982 classic hit on Jive/Old Town Records, Love Lights/You Can Lay Your Head On My Shoulder, earned them a place in the book Who’s Who In Soul Music.
As the group [a=Lawton Law] they wrote and produced their hit "The Time is Now", which was used as Jesse Jackson’s 1984 presidential campaign theme. 15 years later, in 1999, they scored a comeback hit: "Vibe Of Love", co-written with Brian Holland and John Miller released on Holland Group Records. It was listed on “Hot R&B Sales” charts for 9 weeks as well as on the Billboard “Hot R&B Singles & Tracks” charts.