Robert Bogucki went missing in Western Australia’s Great Sandy Desert in July, 1999. Bogucki survived 43 days and was eventually found some 400km from his departure point by an Australian television news helicopter. He’d lost 30 kilograms, endured six weeks without food and 12 days without water but miraculously survived one of the world’s most inhospitable wildernesses. Bogucki is not a typical adventurer.
Pythagoras is the name of a Dutch Progressive rock band, founded in the year 1979 in Den Haag, centered around young keyboardist Rene De Haan and experienced drummer Bob De Jong. Helped by various guests, our two fellows created, almost on their own, two opuses now regarded as electronic Progressive rock milestones: "Journey To The Vast Unknown" (1980) and "After The Silence" (1981). About a quarter of a Century after Pythagoras' demise, Musea publishes "The Correlated ABC", a double-album including unreleased tracks from the 1983-1985 period, as well as a live performance captured in Delft in May 1983.