Sorry to disappoint you, but these recordings are a long long way from being acceptable. The sound is really bad, and to put not too fine a point on it, the playing is not much better. To list everything that goes wrong or needs improvement would take many pages. It's likely that you don't hear the slips and rhythmic fallacies while playing, that is very common and understandable, but a listener will hear them all too load and clear. We do require much more accuracy and stability hear, as well as a tolerable sound quality.
It's great that you picked up playing again, and enjoy doing it. Don't let this bad critique discourage you. Rather, try get a good teacher to
improve your skills. Last not least, listen carefully and critically to yourself, try to put yourself in the place of a listener, and ask yourself if you are playing all the right notes in the proper tempo and rhythm. It's not so that we don't tolerate a single slip, but they should be the exception not the rule. Especially in easy repertoire like this (maybe not the Schubert, that one is quite tricky and tiring).
I hope this helps some.
I don't know whether I like it, but it's what I meant. -- Ralph Vaughan Williams, on his 4th Symphony