Addiss, Stephen - "The Art of Haiku. Its History Through Poems and Paintings by Japanese Masters" Stephen Addiss; 2012 Shambala Publications Inc
Addiss, Stephen - "Haiku: An Anthology of Japanese Poems" Stephen Addiss, Fumiko Yamamoto, and Akira Yamamoto; 2009 Shambhala Publications Inc
Aitken, Robert - "The River of Heaven: the Haiku of Basho, Buson, Issa and Shiki" Robert Aitken; 2011 Counterpoint Press
Barnhill, David Landis - Basho's Journey, The Literary Prose of Matsuo Basho; Translated with an Introduction by David Landis Barnhill; 2005 State University of New York Press
Barnhill, David Landis - Basho's Haiku, Selected Poems of Matsuo Basho; Translated with an introduction by David Landis Barnhill; 2004 State University of New York Press
This is another excellent resource, with another large collection of translated Basho haiku, with romanized originals and notes. In some cases poems are not found in JR but are included in this work, and are cited in the following manner: (# XX BH - DLB)
Donegan, Patricia - Haiku Mind: 108 Poems to Cultivate Awareness and Open Your Heart; Patricia Donegan; 2008 Shambhala Publications Inc
Hamill, Sam - "THE SOUND OF WATER" Haiku by Basho, Buson, Issa and Other Poets; Translated by Sam Hamill; 2011 Shambhala Publications Inc
Lanoue, David G. - Issa's Best, A Translator's Selection of Master Haiku; Kindle Edition; www.haikuguy.com/issa
Lanoue, David G. - Pure Land Haiku, The Art of Priest Issa; Kindle Edition; www.haikuguy.com/issa
McGee, Margaret - Haiku - The Sacred Art, A Spiritual Practice in Three Lines; Margaret McGee; 2009 Skylight Paths Publishing
Jane Reichhold - "BASHO The Complete Haiku"; Matsuo Basho; Translated, annotated, and with an introduction by Jane Reichhold; 2008 Kodamsha International
This is a wonderful resource work, since quite apart from the wonderful introduction and insights by Haiku poet Jane Reichhold, she has a numerical list of almost all Basho's poems, with her own translations, as well romanized versions of the originals and literal translations from the Japanese.
Where possible, I refer to Basho's poems by their number (XX) in this book, with the following abbreviation: (#XX JR).