Rolling Stones Music Revives Man In A Coma
Ironically, the single was the first the retired baker bought when he was a teenager in 1965.
Carter, from Stoke, England, was given just a 30 percent survival rate by doctors, who advised his wife Eva to play his favorite track through headphones strapped to her husband's head.
Carter says, "I suddenly had a burst of energy and knew I had a lot more life left in me and that's when I woke up - to the sound of the first song I ever bought. I would love to thank Mick (Jagger) and the rest of the Stones personally - I feel they really did help wake me from my coma."
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