At the beginning of the 80s Marino Scarabelli, Stefano Brignoli and Tiberio Scarfone appeared on the Italian Disco scene with their projects as Some Bizarre (“Don’t Be Afraid”) and Brand Image (“Are You Loving?”/ “Movin’ Up”), which were distributed by Il Discotto. After the success of these tracks, the production team wanted to continue with a new song, again composed by Scarabelli (music) and Brignoli (lyrics). In the early days of 1985 the trio went to legendary Regson Studio in Milan to record a song called “Love In A Summer Night”. Before the new song was ready, Scarfone and Scarabelli decided not to release the recorded version sung by Brignoli, first because Stefano was the voice of “Some Bizarre” and secondly because in that period he was signing several songs for other Italo artists of different labels. The new song was given to Giacomo Maiolini and his Time Records label. The song was produced by Farina-Crivellente and mixed by Sandro Oliva, who was working as a studio engineer for Time Records. Brignoli’s vocals were replaced by those of Carlo Finazzi. At this point, production team Scarfone and Scarabelli gave up the name “Brand Image” and ended their musical collaboration.