George, the tempo was very consistent and rhythm was correct. Well done!
However you had some extra movement with your left hand. Basically you lifted fingers from frets where you shouldn't have. For example measure 1: You should keep fingers 2 and 3 fretted for the whole measure. Actually finger 3 should be kept fretted until the end of measure 6. Finger 2 is lifted in measure 3 where it needs to fret 'f'. You also lift finger 4 in measure 2 too soon making the high 'g' only half of its intended duration and cutting the melody short. In measure 2 you should keep fingers 3 and 2 in place for the whole measure, fret 4 at the first beat and lift it just as you play the open 'e', and then fret the 1st finger for 'c', all the time keeping 2 and 3 fretted.
If that seems hard to do, it's an issue with finger independence and you should concentrate on practicing it. The ability to move individual left hand fingers while keeping others fretted (and the notes sounding) is the basis for polyphonic playing, and D05 and onwards are filled with pieces requiring you to be able to do that. Scott Tennant's "Pumping nylon" has some excellent exercises for development of finger independence.