Morning Bugle is an album by John Hartford, released in 1972. It is Hartford's second and final album for Warner Bros. Records. The music was all written by Hartford, except for two traditional tunes and it was recorded at Bearsville Studios in Bearsville, New York. The album features jazz double bassist Dave Holland, who performs with both Hartford and Norman Blake for the very first time.
Writing for Allmusic, critic Jim Worbois wrote "One of Hartford's finest records. Done mostly live in the studio with virtually no over-dubs, this is a fine collection of song covering a variety of subjects."