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Miranda

Miranda   (France)

EuroDance group
Added : 17/02/2006
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Fiesta
Vamos A La Playa
A La Fiesta
Eldorado
Bamba! (El Ritmo De Miranda)
Vamos A La Playa
98 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

 

Miranda albums

Fiesta Fiesta Nov 1999

 

Miranda singles

Vamos A La Playa Vamos A La Playa Jun 1999  
A La Fiesta A La Fiesta Nov 1999  
Eldorado Eldorado 2000  
Bamba! (El Ritmo De Miranda) Bamba! (El Ritmo De Miranda) 2001  

 

Featurings and collaborations

Vamos A La Playa Loona - Vamos A La Playa 23rd Jul 2010  

 



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Miranda biography

Behind this project stand the French producers Louis Element and Johnny Williams. The official frontwoman of the project is Sandra Miranda Garcia. Sandra was born in 1976 on the West coast of France and spent her youth between the Costa del Sol in Spain and Paris where she currently resides. Dark-haired and dark-eyed, she is 1m70 tall and weights 48 kg. She began to sing and dance in 1985. In 1992 she did some modelling for Jean-Paul Gaultier and Paco Rabanne, and worked as a dancer during Samantha Fox's European tour.

Less officially, Miranda probably featured the voice of La Velle who also did vocals for another of their projects : B-one.

In 1998 Sandra was taking part as a dancer to the video clip of Ricky Martin's single 1 2 3... when she met Louis Element and Johnny Williams. The official history says that they were fascinated by her particular voice and they immediately proposed her to record a dance track. The Israelian Naam (or Noam) Kaniel joined the team.

The singles were published by JWS / Hitworks records France, licensed under Do It Yourself in Italy, Combined Forces in the Netherlands, and EastWest Records GmbH in Germany.

Vamos A La Playa was released in 1999. It was composed by Louis Element (aka L. Confortini), Johnny Williams (aka G. Monza) and Naam Kaniel. A La Fiesta, released in November, had the same credits. A few days later, the 14-tracks album which was recorded in September was released.

The third single was entitled Eldorado. Released in 2000, it was described by Sandra as "a song for boys", "speaking of love, but we just make it joking".

Then in 2001 came their very last single Bamba!.

Johnny Williams also work on a project which was very succesful in France : Roman Photo. Currently he is the producer of the French teenage-lolita singer Lorie.

Not to be confused with Miranda (Mars Needs Women, Asynja), a goa-trance project from Sweden, or Miranda (Phenomena) a techno project, or the American artist Miranda (So Divine, Round & Round, Give Me Your Love).

2010 : Vamos A La Playa was covered by Loona.

Thanks to Clément Doin and DanceWebSite

Miranda biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

Charts (singles)

Italy Netherlands
Vamos A La Playa #11 #7
A La Fiesta #66

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