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Buyi
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布衣 (bùyī) is a Beijing-based folk-rock band with roots in Ningxia. They first got together in 1995 in Yinchuan, Ningxia, China. Their music combines elements of folk music from around China with rock, and often features guzheng in addition to electric and acoustic guitars. They are often billed as Buyi Band.
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Buyi — Hebuwande Jiu (Endless Wine) Live Buyi — Hebuwande Jiu (Endless Wine) Live
(Pocket CN-A65-08-424-00AJ6, 2008, CD)
Buyi — Namejiu (That Long) Buyi — Namejiu (That Long)
(no#, 2007, CD)
Buyi — Buyi Buyi — Buyi
((Not on label) no#, 2004, CD)

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