Jack, you play the Carcassi Valse very nicely, steady tempo all the way through and very musical! Also you bring out the two call-and-answer voices on the Capriccio quite well.
For the Tarrega Andantino, the quarter notes in the 2nd measure each get 1 beat, so the low E is count 1, the high E is count 2 and the high D is count 3. Then for the arpegiated measure before and after, every two notes get one beat (which you are doing). So the rhythm of 1-2-3, 1-2-3 is steadily maintained.
On the Sick Tune, there are those tricky spots where you have to change chords every eighth note (measure 11). You may already be doing this, but if you just practice that measure by itself and play it, say, 6 times in a row, and do this several times a day slowly, it will come.
Guitarras: 1973 Manouk Papazian (Spruce/Morado), two I have built, and an old Telesforo Julve parlor size