You did a very good job with Paganini especially considering the alternative right hand fingering you had to use! You put the emphasis on all the correct notes to give it a playful "ghiribizzo feel", which will be further improved with slightly faster tempo, if you'll ever get back to the piece.
In bar 30 you played E instead of A as the 2nd bass note. I'm pointing it out simply for the reason that it may be a reading error instead a mistake during the performance.
Most of the bass notes in the piece are 8th note or quarter note duration, but you let some of them ring indefinitely. In my opinion the damping in this piece is easy, because all the bass notes can be damped before moving the thumb to another string, and not having to swing the thumb back after another bass string has been played. The droning 6th string is especially disturbing in bars 29 and 31 where they mask the high B bass note.
Having said that I also have some issues with sympathetic (harmonic) ringing of the 6th string especially, staring from the first bar where the pickup note E sets my 6th string in motion, and as my thumb is on the 5th string, I'm having trouble controlling that ringing. It seems that the slower I play the piece, the more annoying the harmonic ringing does get, so I guess I just need to play this piece really fast to take care of the problem
Your A minor scale was well executed, although I think you played most of it with i finger alone. Did you try to do i-a alternation?
Unfortunately I didn't manage to get these pieces ready for recording before the weekend, but I'll try to record them sometime during the weekend if I get a chance.