I wouldn’t mind if you redid some of your old recordings either.
I'm thinking about doing that. Many (most) of those older recordings are pretty bad, both technically and musically. Not only that, backing tracks are much improved since then. One of the first ones I did, about ten years ago now, was "When a Man Loves a Woman." The backing track was horrendous, but it was all I could find at the time. Today, there are some fairly decent tracks out there.
I also think I'm a better player. For one thing, I used to feel like I needed to be playing all the time, to fill the available time with notes. This is a bad musical idea when playing with accompaniment, although more necessary when unaccompanied. Since I wasn't really used to playing with accompaniment, I just didn't understand that. It's generally a good idea to step back and let the accompaniment roll from time to time. A lot of my recordings, especially the oldest ones, really need this.
Also, with Coda I can come closer to the key that a song was written in. Sometimes that helps. "When a Man Loves a Woman" was written in Db, and there's no way I'd play it in that key, but dropping it down a semitone to C doesn't do any damage.