Which Patricia Barber album floats yer boat?

As far as my knowledge is concerned and from all the reading that I do, “Blood on the tracks” by Bob Dylan is considered to be his best album by far. For Joni Mitchell it is “Blue”. What really amazes me is that there is no general consensus on which album of Patricia Barber is the best. Some prefer “Modern Cool”, some “Companion”, some think “Nightclub” is her best album! I think it is “Café Blue” Why? Cause the two tracks numbered 9 (Too Rich for my blood), and 11 (Nardis) strike a chord in me like no other songs of her. They have the energy which seem to ooze out from the system in spades.

Which album of Patricia Barber floats yer boat and why?
I like Nightclub and Companion. On Nightclub, she plays a great piano, especially on Blackbird, Autumn Leaves and Yesterdays. On Companion, it's the Hammond B-3, especially on Black Magic Woman. Her voice is quirky but I've come to like it.
Yawn... There are more interesting artists deserving a listen than Patricia Barber.
Metralla,nope,i surely dont believe that either of those 2 artist's music is demanding on a rig but i do believe that both dylan & mitchell had stlye's that were ever changing.

my comment was not to offend anybody or to try & tell people what type of music to listen to but to ask for a defining album from this artist & to use analogies based on artist's who have style's as wide & varying as dylan is like comparing apple's & orange's & im not a big dylan fan either .

im also not saying that the music is bad but i do question what there might be to define between the different album's.
Some beautifully recorded albums. Ho hum voice and ho hum piano playing. McPartland, at over 80, kills her on the piano. PB be very hard to listen to for more than an hour. I do use some of her albums to show off my rig. Companion, cut 2 Use Me, when you want to see just how good your bass be. The thing is, she has some great tunes on each of her cds: some--that's all...I have all of her albums, though..I'm just a ho hum audiophool, I suppose..