|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||For John Coltrane And Pablo Picasso||4||Audio||1996||Voves Productions|
|2||The Reform Art Unit With Alaeddin Adlernest||5||Audio||1977||Kovarik's Musikothek|
|3||Vienna Jazz Avantgarde||6||Audio||1971|
|5||Subway Performance||2||Audio||1994||Granit Records (2)|
|7||Reform Art Unit||3||Audio||RAU Records|
|8||The Garden - Suite For Drago Prelog||17||Audio||2011||Art Records (5)|
Founded in December 1965 by [a=Fritz Novotny], his wife Kristin, [a=Sepp Mitterbauer] and [a=Muhammad Malli], this pioneering Vienna based improvistional jazz collective saw the contribution of more than 200 musicians over 4 1/2 decades, many of them giants of free & avant-garde jazz like [a=Carla Bley], [a=Don Cherry], [a=Sunny Murray] or [a=Michael Mantler], some of them rock session musicians like [a=Peter Wolf (3)] or [a=Paul Fields].
Over the long timespan, elements of chamber music and Eastern European folklore were also incorporated.
The Reform Art Unit is also associated with the Viennese School For Free Improvisation.