Muleskinner is the eponymous debut album by the progressive bluegrass group Muleskinner, recorded at the Record Plant, Hollywood, California, March 27 through April 14, 1973, and released later that year. It is their only studio album. The album was re-issued on a compact disc in 1994 under the title A Potpourri of Bluegrass Jam, which was a banner on the front cover of the original album release.
Shortly after the release of the album guitarist Clarence White  died, and the album was subsequently dedicated to him. The band released a live album in 1998 (recorded in 1973) and re-united for a couple of one-off performances.