|Genres||Folk, Country Music|
|Instruments||Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica|
Two Thousand Miles, a fourth studio project, was produced by Maines and was released on January 22, 2008 on El Paisano Records. A review in Allmusic noted "great lyrics full of insight and plainspoken poetry."
A fifth studio album, Dollars and Dimes, was released June 9, 2009. It is a concept album focused on different regions of North America during hard times. In July 2009, the album was the No. 1 record on the Euro Americana Chart. In August 2009, the album was No. 5 on the Freeform American Roots chart.
Dreamer: A Tribute to Kent Finlay, released in early 2016 on Austin-based Eight 30 Records, features Temple's version of Finlay's "Mines of Terlingua."
- General Store (1997)
- Passing Through (1999)
- Right Here and Now (2002)
- Two Thousand Miles (2008)
- Dollars and Dimes (2009)
- Mountain Home (2011)
- Stories They Tell (2013)
|2010||Cory Morrow||Ramblin' Man||Co-Writer (Ramblin' Man)|
|2011||Band of Heathens||Top Hat Crown and the Clapmaster's Son||Co-Writer (Medicine Man, Gris Gris Satchel)|
|2012||The Trishas||High, Wide & Handsome||Co-Writer (John Wayne Cowboy)|
|2014||Kelly Mickwee||You Used to Live Here||Co-Writer (Beautiful Accidents)|
|2014||Adam Carroll||Let It Choose You||Co-Writer (Good Behavior, Old Child Country Star)|
|2015||Jamie Lin Wilson||Holidays & Wedding Rings||Co-Writer (Here Tonight)|
|2015||Walt Wilkins||A Good Ramble||Co-Writer (Days)|
|2015||Cory Morrow||The Good Fight||Co-Writer (Winning Hand, All I Need is You)|
|2016||Walt Wilkins||Streetlight||Co-Writer (Crows, Ask Her to Dance, The Painter By the Lake, Watch It Shine)|
|2016||Walt Wilkins and The Mystiqueros||Watch It Shine||Co-Writer (Watch It Shine)|
|2016||Paul Cauthen||My Gospel||Co-Writer (Be There Soon, My Gospel)|
|2017||Band of Heathens||Duende||Co-Writer (Trouble Came Early, Cracking the Code)|
|2017||Lola & The Huntsmen||Don't Get Lonely||Co-Writer (Don't Get Lonely, Reno)|
|2018||Courtney Patton||What It's Like to Fly Alone||Co-Writer (Gold Standard)|
- Two Thousand Miles Allmusic, Poet, J.
-  Hoekstra, Dave (July 5, 2009). "Playing off North America's regions, travel album delivers concept richly". Chicago Sun-Times.
-  for July 2009. Retrieved July 5, 2009.
-  for August 2009. Retrieved August 10, 2009.
-  Caliguiri, Jim (May 13, 2011). "Texas Platters: Owen Temple - Mountain Home" Austin Chronicle.
- "Various Artists: Dreamer: A Tribute to Kent Finlay". AllMusic.