First of all, I really liked your Joplin pieces. In these, you are rock steady like you are in perfect time with a metronome. Dynamics were also good. The Maple Leaf - It probably is just a difference in scores, but I have one more note in the first main theme - 2nd measure - I have one more e-flat sixteenth note last note. Not huge, I know - just used to hearing it, that's all.
Waltzes 64/2, 64/3 and 70/2 - These you are once again playing too steady. Maybe you can play the grace notes (70/2) faster. It's almost like you played this music after you played the Joplin pieces in that they are so evenly played. (by the way, the recording cut off two measure from the end in the 64/2)
Post. Waltz - Here you are like a different person playing piano. Not steady and sameness like the other waltzes. I think your style was right on for this, sometimes almost too much as the ending arpeggio got off. Also, somewhere between the 13th and 10th bar from the end a whole measure is missing.
All in all, a lot of good things, but room for more feeling and personality. Also, don't play Chopin after you have just played Joplin.