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Victor Guillermo Toro (Touro) (born in Ensenada, Puerto Rico on July 26, 1933) is a guitarist and one of Puerto Rico's most famous cuatro players. Toro is probably best known for performing the opening theme song to the 1971 Woody Allen film Bananas, and for his contributions to various Willie Colón and Héctor Lavoe's albums, particularly the by-now classic "Asalto Navideño" and "Feliz Navidad". Yomo Toro composed only one song for Fania label "El Lechon de Cachete" about himself.

Yomo Toro, who has recorded with major artists such as Cuban legend Arsenio Rodríguez and Arsenio's bassist Alfonso "El Panameño" Joseph at the Palladium New York Nightclub. Toro also played at El Teatro Puerto Rico in the Bronx. There, singer and composer Miguel Poventud sang Rock 'n Roll in English and boleros in Spanish with Yomo Toro y su Conjunto.

Yomo Toro is one of artists featured in a major television production about the era of Afro-Cuban music at the Palladium in New York "La Epoca." He is of the Toro (Touro) family of Guanica, Puerto Rico.

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