Numerology information Ochre:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Songs about Ochre:

songsOchre Sands by Ken Davis from the Album Spirit of the Outback

songsYellow Ochre by Blue Cranes from the Album Observatories

songsOchre by Isis from the Album The Red Sea

songsAnger (Sieve Ochre Mix) by Trance Fury from the Album The Other Sides of Trance, Vol. 2

songsBass Recorder (Ochre Mix) by Global Goon from the Album Petl EP

songsBlood & Ochre by Population from the Album White Crosses

songsCorrecting Fluid (Ochre Remix) by Lifecycle from the Album Correcting Fluid


Books about Ochre:

booksOchre Beach (The Jacksons Book 1) by Lee Marion (Apr 18, 2014)

booksThe Ochre Robe : An Autobiography by Agehananda Bharati (Jan 1, 1970)

booksWomen in Ochre Robes: Gendering Hindu Renunciation (Suny Series in Hindu Studies) by Meena Khandelwal (Oct 23, 2003)

booksFrom Rocks To Riches: Time, Change, and Ochre in a Village in the Vaucluse-Roussillon-... by Graham F. Pringle and Hildgund Schaefer (Mar 29, 2012)

booksBones and Ochre: The Curious Afterlife of the Red Lady of Paviland by Marianne Sommer (Mar 29, 2008)

booksThe Ochre Border: A Journey Through the Tibetan Frontierlands by Justine Hardy (Sep 1996)

booksOchre People: Ravan Writers Series by Noni Jabavu (Jun 1, 1994)


Movies about Ochre:

moviesBangarra Dance Theatra - Ochres 1996 -

moviesMedicine Woman - Namibia: The Himba, Women of Red Ochre - Runtime: 30 mins


Wiki information Ochre:


Ochre is a natural earth pigment containing hydrated iron oxide, which ranges in color from yellow to deep orange or brown. It is also the name of the colors produced by this pigment, especially a light brownish-yellow. A variant of ochre containing...

Intelligent dance Artist, Record Producer, Musician, Film music contributor, Composer, Musical Artist, Broadcast Artist, Person

Ochre is the stage name of English electronic musician Christopher Leary. The name "Ochre" was originally adopted as the title for Leary's academic work while studying audio production at Newcastle College, as a variation of "Oaker", being the name...