Segovia is great and worth saving for sure.
I attended one of his last performances around 1986. He wasn't as good as a younger Segovia, but he could still get the job done.
Some things that interest me about these videos are:
1. I wonder why he chose to perform pieces that would now be considered intermediate level pieces. Did he just like the music or was it to reach a wider audience that wasn't necessarily experienced classical music listeners?
2. Why is his sound so plunky? Could partially be the old recordings but it's also his technique, he pulls up on the strings a lot.
3. Until recently I just assumed Segovia played off the left side of the fingernails, but after inspecting some of these videos, it's clear that he's (at least some of the time) ramping from right-to-left with his finger strokes.
An eyewitness will often only see what he already believes to be true.