There is some confusion regarding Oma Page in the Motown historiography. The confusion stems from the labeling of the duet sides that Oma Heard recorded with Marvin Gaye. The vault tapes were misfiled as by Marvin Gaye & Oma Page. At the time there was a singer named Oma Page who recorded at Motown. According to the liner notes of The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 4: 1964 only one recording by her has been found in the Motown vaults; a cover of "When Someone's Good To You", also recorded by Motown labelmate Carolyn Crawford. It remains unreleased to this day (April, 2011). To add to the confusion, the real Oma Page's brother, Billy Page, co-wrote two of the duet sides that the fake Oma Page (aka Oma Heard) recorded with Marvin Gaye.
Oma Page Discography Tracks
|Marvin Gaye||So Good To Be Loved By You Marvin Gaye - Love Songs: Greatest Duets (Comp)||Motown, Chronicles||US||2003||Sell This Version|
|067 016-2||Various||Rilleh! Various - Tamla Motown Connoisseurs Volume 2 (CD, Comp)||Spectrum Music (2)||067 016-2||UK||2003||Sell This Version|
|5303228||Various||Thief Of Love Various - A Cellarful Of Motown! Volume 3 (2xCD, Comp, RM)||Motown, Universal||5303228||UK||2007||Sell This Version|